A total of 271 polling stations to open on 10-NThe general election on Sunday 10 November will see 271 polling stations open around the city’s ten districts, enabling citizens to choose their representatives in the Spanish parliament and senate.
The electoral roll for the city consists of 1,122,912 people, who will be able to exercise their right to vote on Sunday 10 November, from 9 am to 8 pm. The 271 polling stations will have a total of 1,433 voting tables between them.
In the province of Barcelona there are 16 candidacies running for the Spanish parliament and 15 for the senate. On election day a total of 10,976,000 ballot papers will be distributed around polling stations for voters to choose members of parliament, with 1,097,600 papers for them to choose senators. Likewise, 53 voting kits have been distributed for the visually impaired, as well as 286 voting booths.
Check where to vote
Voters can check which polling station they should vote at by visiting the Virtual Procedures Office. On election day, the Citizen Help and Information Office (OAC) in Plaça Sant Miquel will be open from 9 am to 8 pm to handle enquiries.
Queries relating to the electoral process should be directed to the Electoral Board for the Barcelona Zone. The board is located at Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, número 111, edifici C, planta 1, Ciutat de la Justícia (Tel. 934327876 and 933324888). Over the weekend the board will be available to handle enquires from 10 am to 1 pm. Citizens can also send queries by email to email@example.com.
For results from previous elections, the website for the Department for Statistics and Diffusion of Data offers data showing the historical evolution of votes from 1982 through to April 2019.