How to find out your exact address of the polling station on September 18, 2016. Elections 2016 in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other regions of Russia

September 18, 2016 will be held regular elections of deputies to the State Duma of Russia. On the same day, regular and early elections will be held for heads of regions and territories, called subjects of the federation. The list of candidates for the positions of heads of republics of Tyva, Komi, Chechen Republic, Ulyanovsk, Tver, Tula regions and Trans-Baikal Territory, as well as the names of all candidates for deputies can be found on the Internet now. However, before the very elections the lists will be clarified and finally approved. The addresses of polling stations where they will vote for or against the proposed candidates are published. Not later than a month and a half before the September 18 event itself, the heads of administrations of the regions and edges will publish updated address lists where polling stations are located for each of their districts.Since the electorate of Moscow and St. Petersburg is the most numerous, the number of polling stations where it will be possible to vote on this day will be more.

How to find out your exact address of the polling station on September 18, 2016. Elections 2016 in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other regions of Russia

How to find your polling station?

For the youth of Russia, elections to the State Duma of the 7th convocation and the joint elections of the heads of some republics and territories will be the first in their lives. Perhaps not all new voters have the necessary, much-needed information about how to find out their polling station and what documents you need to have with you in order to be allowed to the voting procedure. The easiest way to find out all this is to ask more experienced relatives or neighbors. As a rule, residents of the same house vote in the same area. Often, polling stations at the time of the election are buildings of clubs, schools, kindergartens, sanatoriums, colleges and institutes. The election sites of the city administration are determined and coordinated with the heads of the institutions where voting is planned. The grounds for using your civil right to vote are the citizen’s 18 years and older passport confirming his Russian citizenship and registration (registration) at this polling station.If the passport is stolen or lost, you can get a certificate confirming your identity and registration in the FMS. Certificate with seals and signatures of the Federal Migration Service and documents from the passport office are valid during the voting. To determine the address of your polling station is most convenient to use the Internet. On the site http://www.cikrf.ru/services/lk_address any citizen of Russia will find his site, indicating his exact address of registration (registration).

How to find out your exact address of the polling station on September 18, 2016. Elections 2016 in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other regions of Russia

Addresses of polling stations - parliamentary elections September 18, 2016

The list of addresses of polling stations on September 18 can be found on the website of your city or region, as well as on the websites of election commissions of all regions. In the name of the address of each such site, updated daily, the word “electoral commission” is always present, typed in the address bar in Latin letters: “izbirkom”. After typing this word in the browser, you will find the address of the Central Election Commission, where you can clarify what other elections are held in your area.

Addresses of polling stations on September 18 in St. Petersburg

All addresses of polling stations on September 18 in St. Petersburg can be found on the official website of the administration of St. Petersburg.According to the previously approved single-mandate electoral districts in St. Petersburg, on September 18, 2016, not only the customary (for the seventh time!) Elections will be held, but also elections to the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg. The residents of St. Petersburg will vote in the same way as all the other residents of Russia. Before voting, members of the election commissions commission will remind everyone who came to the vote what notes to make on the ballot papers, and how not to spoil the form. An empty form (bulletin) is considered invalid. A ballot with crossed out names of candidates for deputies participates in vote counting. Making your choice in this way. You vote "against all".

How to find out your exact address of the polling station on September 18, 2016. Elections 2016 in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other regions of Russia

Addresses of polling stations on September 18 in Moscow

During the preliminary vote on May 22 in Moscow (the United Russia primaries) in 2016, there were seven hundred polling stations. Those who already voted for their elects then know the addresses of polling stations on September 18, 2016. Nevertheless, it is easy to find this information on the website of the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation http://cikrf.ru/uiksearch/.

All addresses of polling stations in the elections of September 18, 2016 are published on the official websites of election commissions of regions and territories.You can find out your polling station both online and at home neighbors. In Moscow, St. Petersburg, all regions and territories of the Russian Federation, you can find the addresses of polling stations in advance by visiting the sites of election commissions of these regions.



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