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Ministry unveils 'What Do I Vote' service for voter convenience

New electronic tool guides voters to polling stations for June 9 elections


In a significant development, the Ministry of Interior launched its pioneering electronic service, ''What Do I Vote,'' yesterday. This innovative platform enables voters to access crucial information by simply entering their ID number and date of birth. Specifically tailored for the upcoming June 9, 2024 elections, individuals can now learn about their designated polling stations and the number of preference votes available for each candidate.

Accessible through the Ministry's Central Elections Service website at, the "What Do I Vote" service provides seamless support in three languages: Greek, Turkish, and English.

Moreover, the initiative doesn't stop there. As of yesterday, May 10, 2024, another vital service, "Where Do I Vote," has been rolled out. This comprehensive tool empowers citizens to effortlessly locate their respective polling stations, ensuring they exercise their democratic rights effectively on June 9, 2024. The "Where Do I Vote" service can be accessed online, via phone, or through text message (SMS), further enhancing accessibility and inclusivity in the electoral process.


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