How do I vote for
Feministiskt initiativ?

You can vote by mail, vote in advance or vote on Election Day, 14th September 2014.

In response to the many questions we have been receiving about how to vote ‘pink’ (for Feministiskt initiativ), here’s a guide that lists the different options.

You can vote by mail, vote in advance or vote on Election Day, 14th September 2014.

In response to the many questions we have been receiving about how to vote ‘pink’ (for Feministiskt initiativ), here’s a guide that lists the different options.

Advance voting– here is how:

Advance voting can be done from 27th August-14th September 2014. In order to vote in advance you need to bring your voting card and identification document (e.g. driving license, passport or service ID) to an advance voting location.

Click here to find an advance voting location in your area.

If you have chosen to vote in advance (in Sweden or abroad) you may change your vote.
Click here to read more about how to change your vote.

If there are no ballot papers for Feministiskt initiativ at the polling station:
here’s what to do

Take a blank ballot paper and write the name of the party (in Swedish). Note! Write the whole name of the party ‘Feministiskt initiativ’. Do not use abbreviations. Doing so will make the ballot paper invalid. Also, do not write the name of any candidate if you are voting on a blank ballot paper, as this will make the vote invalid.

Voting from abroad: here’s how to do it

  1. Voting at a Swedish Embassy or Swedish consulate
    If you are abroad you can vote at a Swedish embassy or a Swedish consulate. All you need to bring is a valid identification document.
  2. Voting by post
    In order to vote by post, you need material that you order from the Election Authority. The material you need can be ordered here. Postal votes can be mailed from abroad starting from 31st July 2014. Postal votes must be sent from abroad and must arrive in time for the counting of votes. Postal votes may not be mailed from Sweden. The material you need to vote by post can be collected at, or ordered from, most Swedish Embassies and consulates.

If you haven’t received your voting card or if you need a new one: here’s what to do

Order a new voting card here.
The voting card will be sent to the address recorded in the national population register of the Swedish Tax Agency.

If you don’t have an identification document: here’s what to do

If you don’t have any identification document, you may verify your identity by being known to the voting clerks, or by bringing along a person who does have an identification document and who can vouch for your identity.

Other questions?

More information about how and where to vote can be found at the Election Authority’s webpage.