Any person entitled to vote can cast his vote by postal vote or at the ballot box. Personal voting takes place at the polling station. This is no different in the Bundestag election in Germany. But how do I know where exactly this is supposed to be?
< strong> The answer can be found on your voter notification < / strong>, which you received a few weeks before the election. Under "Election room" is the exact address on the map. < / p>
If you have not received a voter notification, you should immediately contact your district and ask if you are on the voters ' register. If they are not listed there, you can not choose either. < / p> < p > At your district you can also find out where your polling station is located. For example, many municipalities in Germany offer an information telephone on election day or have provided a list of all polling stations on their website. < / p> < p > In case of need, ask a neighbor where the nearest polling station is located. Usually they are also listed there. < / p> Ad < strong> Another polling station because of Corona? < / strong>
You should check again before the Bundestag election whether your polling station has possibly moved. It would be conceivable that municipalities have relocated polling stations, also in order to better comply with distance rules. The address is on the poll notification. < / p> < p > Polling stations in Germany will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on September 29. If the ballot is too uncertain because of Corona or if you do not have time during the opening hours of the polling stations, you can apply for the postal vote without stating a reason. < / p>
This might interest you on the subject of politics: < ul > < li > It is a trendy thinktank of the Greens. The party-affiliated Heinrich Böll Foundation is currently under criticism because it did not act openly in the case of the doctoral scholarship of Chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock. But a look into the recent past shows that there are more grievances in the foundation, which even infects its own party and its grandees. Heinrich Böll Foundation-Not only since Baerbock: Powerful thinktank behind the Greens in criticism for years