Find your polling station
Polling cards are currently being sent out to all voters. The day they arrive may vary, but all voters should have received their polling card by 12 August. You do not need a polling card to vote, but it makes casting your vote easier.
In the brochure you will find all the information you need about when, where and how you can vote in the Municipal and county elections 2019.
To be able to vote in the municipal and county council elections, you must have the right to vote. You can see here whether you meet the requirements for having a right to vote in the 2019 municipal and county council elections.
From overseas countries, on Svalbard and on Jan Mayen Island advance voting is possible from 1 July 2019.
In the 2019 municipal and county council elections, some municipalities will be taking part in a trial involving the digital distribution of polling cards. Voters in the registered in one of the municipalities taking part in the trial will therefore receive a digital polling card for this year’s elections.
Please find the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the election here.
Individuals who are not Norwegian citizens may vote in municipal and county council elections, provided that they meet certain criteria.
On this page you can find a list of returning officers appointed by the Norwegian Directorate of Elections to receive early votes.
You can vote early abroad and on Svalbard and Jan Mayen by contacting a foreign polling station or a returning officer appointed by the Governor of Svalbard or the Norwegian Directorate of Elections. If you are abroad, you may also vote by post.