Postal voting, polling station and aids
In connection with an election, you as a voter have some options such as voting by mail, transfer to another polling station or help finding your polling station.
- Can I vote from home?
If you want to vote in your own home for an election due to illness or incapacity, it is possible.
- Can I vote by mail before election day?
If you are away on election day or do not want to show up on election day, you as a voter can cast your vote by showing up at Citizen service before the election and postal vote.
You must have valid identification to vote (health card, passport or driver's license).
- Are there aids if I have to vote by post?
There is a magnifying glass and a felt-tip pen at all postal voting places.
In Borgerservice in Sønderborg, there will also be a CCTV magnifying device and a raising / lowering table with free legroom, so that wheelchair users can position themselves at the table.
- Are there aids at the polling stations if I have a disability or reduced mobility?
At all 17 polling stations in Sønderborg Municipality, there are handicap-friendly ballot boxes equipped with a magnifying glass and a felt-tip pen.
At the polling station, Kongevej - Sønderborg, there will also be a ballot box with a CCTV magnifier and a raising / lowering table with free legroom, so that a wheelchair user can sit at the table.
If you want to use the facilities at the Kongevej polling station in Sønderborg and do not belong to this polling station, you must apply for admission to the polling station.
- Can I apply to be transferred to another polling station?
If you have a disability or reduced mobility, you have the opportunity to apply to be transferred to a different polling station in the municipality than the one you are affiliated with.
- Where should I vote on election day?
There are 17 polling stations in Sønderborg Municipality. You can see the division of polling stations on the map.