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Presidential Election 2018 - vote in advance at the Harald Herlin Learning Centre

The election day is Sunday 28 January 2018. If none of the candidates receives more than half of the votes in the first round, a second round will be conducted on Sunday 11 February.

The presidential term is six years 2018–2024.

You can vote in advance in the Presidental Election at the Harald Herlin Learning Centre:

Wed–Thu 17.–18.1. 9–20
Mon–Tue 22.–23.1. 9–20

and

Wed–Thu 31.1.–1.2. klo 9–20
Mon–Tue 5.–6.2. klo 9–20

Nearest polling stations during the weekend Fri - Sun 19. - 21.1. and Fri - Sun 2. - 4.2.:
Tapiolan posti, Länsituulentie 4, 02100 ESPOO
Matinkylän yhteispalvelupiste, Suomenlahdentie 1, kauppakeskus Iso Omena, Palvelutori, 02230 ESPOO
Leppävaaran yhteispalvelupiste, Leppävaarankatu 9, Sello, Sellon kirjasto, 02600 ESPOO

 

Please take with you a photo identification document (identity card, passport, driving license or other identification document).
It is advised but not compulsory to bring also the Notification of the Right to Vote arrived to you by post.

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