Which polling station should I attend?
The Colleges of Aldermen send each voter a polling card stating the day, opening and closing times of the election, the premises where the election takes place and, in case there are several polling stations, the specific station where the voter is called to vote.
Moreover, polling cards are published in each voting locality.
What are the opening hours of the polling stations?
Voters can vote from 8 am to 2 pm.
Which ID card must be provided on election day?
On election day, voters must go to the polling station with their ID card, passport or residence permit. Producing the polling card is not required.
Is voting assistance permitted for physically or visually impaired voters?
Voters determined to be visually impaired or disabled may be authorised by the chief polling officer to be accompanied by a guide or aide who may even help them to vote if they are unable to do so themselves. The following people may not be guides or aides for visually impaired or disabled voters: candidates running for elections, their parents or relatives up to the second degree included, holders of a national, European or municipal elective mandate, people who do not know how to read or write, as well as those who are excluded from the electorate according to the provisions of Article 6 of electoral law. The names of the voter and their guide or aide, as well as the kind of disability or impairment invoked must be recorded in the minutes.
Visually impaired voters are also allowed to cast their vote by using the tactile voting device provided by the body designated under a Grand Ducal regulation. Visually impaired voters who attend the polling station without any tactile voting device can use the device that is made available by the polling station, that they must return to the chief polling officer after casting their vote. A member of the polling station can accompany visually impaired voters in a cubicle to help them insert the ballot paper inside the tactile voting device.