The Central Election Commission (CEC) reminds that voters can vote for mayors of municipalities during repeat voting only within the boundaries of the municipality where they have declared their place of residence.
Voters who own several real estate objects in different municipalities can only vote for the candidates of the municipality of their declared place of residence in the elections, as they voted in the 1st election round.
For example, if a voter owns a home in the Vilnius district, and has declared his place of residence in the city of Vilnius, he will vote when electing the mayor of the Vilnius city municipality.
Only permanent residents of a municipality who have declared their place of residence in a specific municipality no later than 60 days before the elections have the right to vote in municipal elections.
in 2023 January 4 it was a day when there were 60 days left before municipal council and mayoral elections. Therefore, voters who voted in the first election round in the municipality of their declared place of residence can only vote there during the second election round (if a repeat vote is held in that municipality).
In such a case, if elections have already taken place in a municipality and a repeat vote is not held, the voters of that municipality cannot vote in another municipality.
You can find a list of electoral districts in your municipality HERE. Clicking on the name of a municipality will open a list of electoral districts of that municipality.
You can also find out in which polling station you can vote by calling the short telephone number for providing information on elections 1855.
Repeated voting for municipal councils and mayoral elections will take place in 2023. on March 19. Voters in 34 Lithuanian municipalities will vote from two candidates when electing the mayor of their municipality.