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Don,t loose your right to vote in Spain.

Old Dec 14th 2014, 8:23 am
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Preparation for the 2015 local, regional and national elections in Spain have already started. Expat votes could hold a pivotal place in certain areas.

However to have your say in your local Ayuntamiento and Provincial Elections you must be registered to vote with the Town Hall by the 30th December deadline.

To vote, you must be over 18 and registered on both the Padron and the voters register.

It is a simple process and your vote could make a difference in Ayamonte.

Registration can be made online, by post or by calling at the local AYUNTAMIENTO office.

With the elections coming up, it is in the best interests of expats to vote.

This matters to expats directly since it effects their daily lives.

A second excellent reason to be on the Padron is that the funding for the towns infrastructure is based on the number of inhabitants on the Padron.
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Old Dec 18th 2014, 8:38 am
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Default Re: Don,t loose your right to vote in Spain.

Originally Posted by EsuriJohn
Preparation for the 2015 local, regional and national elections in Spain have already started. Expat votes could hold a pivotal place in certain areas.

However to have your say in your local Ayuntamiento and Provincial Elections you must be registered to vote with the Town Hall by the 30th December deadline.

To vote, you must be over 18 and registered on both the Padron and the voters register.

It is a simple process and your vote could make a difference in Ayamonte.

Registration can be made online, by post or by calling at the local AYUNTAMIENTO office.

With the elections coming up, it is in the best interests of expats to vote.

This matters to expats directly since it effects their daily lives.

A second excellent reason to be on the Padron is that the funding for the towns infrastructure is based on the number of inhabitants on the Padron.
Hi,

Many thanks. We are not on the voters register. How do we do this online please?
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Old Dec 18th 2014, 5:28 pm
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Default Re: Don,t loose your right to vote in Spain.

Originally Posted by EsuriJohn
Preparation for the 2015 local, regional and national elections in Spain have already started. Expat votes could hold a pivotal place in certain areas.

However to have your say in your local Ayuntamiento and Provincial Elections you must be registered to vote with the Town Hall by the 30th December deadline.

To vote, you must be over 18 and registered on both the Padron and the voters register.

It is a simple process and your vote could make a difference in Ayamonte.

Registration can be made online, by post or by calling at the local AYUNTAMIENTO office.

With the elections coming up, it is in the best interests of expats to vote.

This matters to expats directly since it effects their daily lives.

A second excellent reason to be on the Padron is that the funding for the towns infrastructure is based on the number of inhabitants on the Padron.
My understanding is that you have to be officially resident in Spain .. so second home owners (who still pay the property etc taxes) cant vote...

We had this discussion on the forum a few years back, so maybe something has changed?

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