European Parliament elections
Elections to the European Parliament are held every five years.
- Can I vote in the European elections if I am an EU citizen?
As an EU citizen with permanent residence in Denmark, you can vote in the European Parliament elections in Denmark if you have turned 18 on election day.
To be able to vote in the election in Denmark, you must first be entered on the electoral roll. It is voluntary if you want to vote in the election in Denmark, and thus if you want to be included on the electoral roll.
The reason why you as an EU citizen with permanent residence in Denmark can only be included on the electoral roll for the election in Denmark after application, is that you have the opportunity to choose whether you want to vote in the election in your home country or in your country of residence . You can only vote in one place.
If you want to vote in the European Parliament elections in Denmark, you must fill in an application form. The application form must be sent to the City of Copenhagen, Folkeregistret, Gyldenløvesgade 11, 1600 Copenhagen V.
If you have previously been admitted to the electoral roll and in the intervening period have not been relocated abroad, you are still on the electoral roll and do not have to apply to be admitted.