Find out in this way whether or not you are registered in the electoral roll to be able to vote in the local elections on May 28, 2023.
As you probably already know, Next Sunday, May 28, 2023, the local elections will be held from all over Spain. This will be the date on which a total of 67,152 councilors are elected for the 8,131 town halls, as well as 92 mayors for the open councils and 157 island council councilors. Every citizen can participate in said selection by means of your vote.
However, in order to exercise the right to vote, it is essential to appear on the electoral roll before the elections are held. In this section, the exact address appears, which assigns the correct district to be able to receive the documentation and to select the polling station where you must go to vote and, where appropriate, to which you must send your vote if you choose to vote by mail. Taking this into account, We show you how you can verify if you appear on the electoral roll and with what address you do it via Internet.
This is how you can find out if you appear on the electoral roll to vote in the local elections on May 28
As we mentioned, seeing if you are registered in the electoral roll turns out to be a essential requirement to be able to vote next May 28, despite being one of the few administrative procedures not available in My Citizen Folder. However, the query It can be done online through the Electronic Office of the National Institute of Statistics (INE)so you shouldn’t have any problem figuring out if you can vote or not.
In order to review it, you will have to access the procedure “consultation of registration in the Electoral Census” of the Electronic Headquarters of the INE, procedure associated with SIA code 993414 and available through this link. Once inside, the details of the procedure will be displayed, and you must access the action “Consult the registration in the Electoral Census”, by clicking on it in the menu that appears in the sidebar (or at the bottom from mobile devices).
Check if you are registered in the Electoral Census
You must bear in mind that the Electronic Office only has the registrations prior to April 1, 2023. In any case, in order to carry out the query in question, you will have to click on the button “Authenticate in Cl@ve” that appears at the top of the page. Next, you will have to identify yourself as a citizen as in any other Electronic Headquarters.
Four possible options will be presented on the screen. The simplest is to use the digital certificate if you have it and it is installed on the computer, then you only have to choose the option “DNIe / Electronic certificate” within the list and verify your identity to continue. However, if you do not have it or prefer it, you can also select the options “24H PIN access”, “Permanent Cl@ve” or the access portals for citizens of the European Union.
Once you have correctly identified yourself as a citizen, you will be shown the result of the query and your current status. In the event that it does not yield any response, it will indicate that you are not registered in the Electoral Census, while if so, the data corresponding to your registration in it will appear.
Among them, The province and municipality in which you are registered will be displayed, as well as personal data such as full name, level of education or address associated. Based on this last data, it will be shown district and section, relevant information to know the electoral college and the table to which you must go on Sunday, May 28 to be able to vote. In case any information is not correct, it is important that rectify it as soon as possible to exercise your right, and if you are not at home, remember that you can request to vote by mail at any Post Office or electronically until May 18.