You can vote in advance in library

You can vote in advance in municipal elections in many of the Metropolitan area libraries. Advance voting in elections 26.5.–8.6.2021. 

During the coronavirus epidemic, each library follows the respective city’s policies and practical instructions in all of its operations. 

List of advance polling stations in Helmet libraries by the city:

Espoo:

  • Kauklahti library
  • Sello library
  • Viherlaakso library

Helsinki:

  • Arabianranta library
  • Central library Oodi
  • Etelä-Haaga library
  • Jakomäki library
  • Kontula library
  • Laajasalo library
  • Lauttasaari library
  • Oulunkylä library
  • Paloheinä library
  • Pitäjänmäki library
  • Pohjois-Haaga library
  • Suutarila library
  • Tapulikaupunki library
  • Töölö library
  • Vallila library
  • Vuosaari library

Vantaa:

  • Hakunila library
  • Kivistö library (outside voting)
  • Länsimäki library
  • Martinlaakso library
  • Myyrmäki house / Myyrmäki library (outside voting)

There are many polling stations besides the libraries. The list of all the polling stations can be found on the following website: Vaalit.fi. The list of advance polling stations can also be found on the notification card sent to each voter.

Voting on the actual polling day

On the actual polling day 13.6.2021 you can vote only on your own polling station. Your own polling station is indicated on the notification card.

Polling stations in libraries on the actual polling day in Helsinki:

  • Herttoniemi library
  • Jakomäki library
  • Kallio library
  • Kontula library
  • Lauttasaari library
  • Oulunkylä library
  • Pasila library
  • Töölö library
  • Vallila library

Election events on Helmet:

Election and polling events on Helmet events calendar (in Finnish).

Additional information on elections and voting:

You don't need to be a citizen of Finland in order to vote in municipal elections. Read more about your right to vote in Vaalit.fi website.  

Vaalit.fi

Photo: Hanne Salonen / Finnish Parliament