The Norwegian parliamentary election will take place on Monday 13 September.
In order to be eligible to vote in Parliamentary elections, you must be a Norwegian national and registered as an elector in a municipality.
Who has the right to vote?
You have the right to vote at municipal and county council elections if you meet one of these requirements:
- You are a Norwegian citizen and will have reached the age of 18 by the end of 2021 and are, or have been, registered as residing in Norway
- You are a citizen of another Nordic country (i.e. Denmark, Iceland, Finland or Sweden) and will have reached the age of 18 by the end of the year of the election, and have been registered as residing in Norway by 30 June of the year of the election at the latest
- You are another foreign citizen and have reached the age of 18 by the end of the year of the election, and have been registered as residing in Norway for the last three consecutive years before the election day. In this case, there is a requirement that the period of residence has been consecutive.
All prospective voters must be on the electoral register. The electoral register is a list of all those who are entitled to vote in a municipality. You are on the electoral register in the municipality in which you are entered as resident in the population register on 30 June 2021. If you have moved, it will still be your address on 30 June that determines the municipality in which you are entitled to vote.