There are just over two days left until this year’s parliamentary elections. Before going to the polls, it is worth checking the data regarding the polling station assigned to us. Especially since there are several hours left for a possible change. Where to find this information? We explain.
Data on all persons entitled to vote are collected in the Central Register of Voters (CRW). There you can find, among others: information about whether you have the right to vote and which district commission you are registered with. All persons included in the list have access to the contents of the list.
So how do you check the address of your polling station? Currently, there are two possibilities. This can be done both using the mObywatel application and the website of the same name.
Central Register of Voters. How to check the voting location?
In the case of the mObywatel application, just log in with your login and password, and then go to the “elections” tab. There you can find information about the validity of your voting rights, the voting district to which you are permanently assigned, and the place of voting in the nearest future. elections.
You can also check this data in your browser after entering the website mObywatel.gov.pl. To do this, after logging in – using a trusted profile, e-ID, qualified certificate, electronic banking or mObywatel mobile application – go to the “Your data” tab and then select the “Central Register of Voters” option. What is important, time for a possible change voting place or collecting a certificate enabling voting at any polling station expires on October 12.
Until October 10, data from the CRW could also be obtained after submitting an appropriate application to the commune office. However, this option is currently no longer available.
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