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Poland presidential election: Voting abroad?


frd 7 | 1,399
9 Jun 2010  #1
Whoever is going to vote abroad remember to do all the paperwork and post the application in your local city council/office till 10th of June.
Seanus 15 | 19,716
9 Jun 2010  #2
Do you know that the 10th of June is less than 2 hours away? ;) ;)
OP frd 7 | 1,399
9 Jun 2010  #3
Well they still have 2 hours !!! now 1.15 ;)

I actually though that it's till 10th including 10th ; p
Seanus 15 | 19,716
9 Jun 2010  #4
Usually you have to 12 noon if my memory doesn't fail me :)
OP frd 7 | 1,399
10 Jun 2010  #5
Actually today is the last day until they close offices which is usually 16 ; o
archiwum 13 | 125
9 Jul 2013  #6
In in the United States, it's usually the Superior Court judge that decides if your competent to vote. In Washington state, it's on a case-by-case basis. You can have a guardian and vote, but not if the state is your ward.

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Polish Presidential Election - Voting in England

Moved from Poland to England several years ago and wish to vote in the Polish Presidential election. Anyone know if there is a facility to do this in Yorkshire.

emito.net/wiadomosci/polityka/jak_glosowac_w_uk_na_prezydenta_rp__736346.html
leeds-manchester.pl/artykul/671/jak-w-uk-glosowac-na-prezydenta-rp.html


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