• Consultation of registration data

    During the electoral period, a consultation service will be available on the Internet so that voters can check the data of their registration in the electoral census and also the polling station and the electoral place where they have to vote, at the address: https://sede.ine.gob.es/ce-internet1/?lang=en_GB.

    In order to carry out the consultation, identification via the Cl@ve system is required. Those who cannot identify themselves using this system may consult their details at their Town Council, Consulate corresponding to their place of residence, at the Provincial Delegation of the Electoral Census Office or by calling 900.343.232.

    The service will be available throughout the electoral period, initially with information on the consultation census and, once complaints have been resolved, with the electoral roll for voting.

  • Submission of complaints about the electoral roll

    Voters residing in Spain, who consider that their registration data in the current electoral census for the elections are not correct, can file a claim, at the address https://sede.ine.gob.es/censoElectoralTramitesReclaEleWeb.

    To make the claim, it is required to identify yourself with Cl@ve. Anyone who cannot identify themselves through this system may file a claim with their Town Hall.

    It is necessary to provide a certificate from the Register stating that the person requesting the claim is registered as a resident in the register of inhabitants of that municipality with the data claimed, indicating from what date. In addition, you must also attach an identification document (DNI, driver's license or passport).

  • Consultation of polling station and polling station

    Voters can consult, without needing access to Cl@ve, the details of the polling station and polling place where they are to vote, using different search criteria, providing the province, the municipality and the initial letter of the first surname as obligatory data, at the following address: https://sede.ine.gob.es/ce-mesas/?lang=en_GB.

  • Completion of the postal vote application form to be submitted at a post office

    Voters who wish to apply to vote by post at a post office can complete the application form, without needing access to Cl@ve, at the following address: https://sede.ine.gob.es/censoElectoralTramitesVxCWeb?cierre=0000453.

    The voter must take the two printouts obtained to the post office.

  • Postal vote consultation

    Voters who have applied to vote by post can check the status of their documents. To do this, you must provide your ID (DNI or passport) and date of birth. This can be done at the following address: https://sede.ine.gob.es/ce-votoxcorreo/?lang=en_GB.

  • Exclusion of copies of the electoral roll that are used for sending out electoral propaganda

    Anyone who does not wish to appear on the copies of the electoral roll provided to the representatives of the candidacies to send electoral propaganda by post, can request their exclusion at: https://sede.ine.gob.es/oposicionPartidos/presentacion?lang=en_GB, for which they must identify themselves with Cl@ve.

    Although this procedure is permanent, for it to take effect in these elections it must be carried out until June 12.

  • Application for postal vote with electronic certificate

    In addition to the previous procedures available on the INE website, it is necessary to highlight the following procedure available on the Correos website, due to its importance and relation to the functions of the Electoral Census Office.

    Voters resident in Spain and CERA voters temporarily in Spain may apply to vote by post with an electronic certificate, without having to go to a post office, at the following address: https://www.correos.es/es/es/particulares/para-el-ciudadano/voto-por-correo.