As a citizen of one of the European Union (EU) countries and living in Denmark you can vote in Denmark at the European Parliament Elections.
The latest European Parliament Election in Denmark was held on 26 May 2019 and the next election will be held in 2024.
As an EU citizen with a permanent address in Denmark, you can vote in the European Parliament Elections in Denmark if you have reached the age of 18 years on election day. If you want to vote in the European Parliament Elections in Denmark, you must fill out the application form and send it to your local municipality, i.e. the “kommune” where you live. You can find the application form in Danish, English, French, German, and Polish on the links below.
For further information please see the notification letters on the links below, which are in the same five languages. The letters were drafted before the latest European Parliament Elections in Denmark on 26 May 2019, and therefore the letters contain deadlines in relation to this election. However, the content (except deadlines) in the letters still applies, which is why reference is made to the letters.
How to send your application as secure mail
Your application must be sent to your local municipality, i.e. the "kommune" where you live. You can send secure (encrypted) mail to your local municipality with your NemID at Lifeindenmark.Borger.dk:
Chose Digital Post > Write new mail > Choose your municipality as recipient in the category “Public authorities / Municipalities” > If a subcategory is required, choose ”Borgerservice”, ”Øvrig post til Borgerservice” or a similar category > Attach your application form.