European elections

The European elections took place on June 9, 2024. Citizens of all 27 member states of the European Union elected their representatives directly to the European Parliament.

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Who was allowed to vote?

All Austrian citizens and non-Austrian EU citizens who had reached the age of 16 on the day of the election at the latest and had their main residence in Innsbruck were eligible to vote. Austrians who have their main residence in Innsbruck were automatically entered in the electoral register. Non-Austrian EU citizens could register in the European voter registry until March 26, 2024. People with Austrian citizenship who live abroad also had the opportunity to vote in the election with a polling card. To do so, they had to be registered in the Europa-Wählerevidenz. A corresponding application was possible until April 25, 2024.

Voting at the polling station

For the European elections, the entire city area was divided into a total of 154electoral districts. The main electoral authority is responsible for forming the polling districts. You were able to vote at your polling station from 7.30 am to 4.00 pm on election day.

Here you will find a map with all 43 polling stations and the corresponding wards. Search for your Adresse and display the polling station that suits you:

Further information on the European elections can be found here:

European election results for the city of Innsbruck

Here you can find the election results of the European election of June 9, 2024 for the city of Innsbruck