The second round of regional and departmental elections is being held in France this Sunday, June 27. But be careful not to miss the boat by going to the polling station after closing.
Because, if all opened their doors this morning at 8 am, they will not all close at the same time.
In most cities, polling stations will close at around 6 p.m. It will therefore be necessary to appear before this time at his office, with his voter card, an identity document and a mask, and his own pen required in this context of health crisis.
As for the polling stations in medium-sized cities such as Brest, Chambéry, Dijon, or even Toulon, they are generally open an hour longer, i.e. a closing scheduled around 7 p.m.
In the largest agglomerations, such as Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Toulouse, Cannes, Montpellier, Nice or Grenoble, voters have up to 8 p.m. to vote.
To find out the precise hours of a polling station in your municipality, you are advised to contact your town hall.
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