The deadline to regularize, issue or transfer the voter registration card to vote in this year’s general elections ended on the 4th. But those who did not transfer the voter registration card still have an option: the vote in transit.
Voting in transit is a choice for citizens who no longer live in the electoral domicile, but wish to vote where they now reside. It is also an option for them to be in transit within the national territory.
Those who are outside the state will be able to vote, however, only for President of the Republic. Those who are only outside the municipality, but still within the state, will be able to vote for all terms.
The voter must request the vote indicating in which municipality he will be on the election day with up to two months in advance. This year, the deadline starts on July 12 and runs until August 18.
Remembering that despite allowing the vote in transit, the Electoral Justice requires that the title is regularized, that is, that there are no pending issues.
On the day of voting in transit, it is necessary to indicate the city chosen by the voter, which must have more than 100,000 inhabitants. For more information, visit the website of Superior Electoral Court (TSE).
Editing: Leticia Viola