More than 156 million voters are eligible to go to the polls this Sunday (2) across the country, in the first round of the 2022 elections. According to the Superior Electoral Court, there will be voting in 5,570 Brazilian cities and in 181 locations abroad.
The names that will occupy the positions of president of the Republic, governor, senator and federal, state or district deputy will be chosen.
THE Brazil Agency separated important information so that voters can exercise their citizenship and vote with peace of mind tomorrow.
|» Find out for whom voting is mandatory and optional|
|» Learn how to find your polling place for Election Day|
|» See what you need to bring on voting day|
|» Check the voting order in the electronic ballot box|
|» TSE offers “glue” to make life easier for voters|
|» Find out what is prohibited and what is allowed on this election Sunday|
|» Voting follows Brasilia time throughout the country|
|» Justification of absence from voting can be sent online|
|» Find out how voting in transit works|
|» Know the difference between majority vote and proportional vote|
|» Understand the difference between blank vote, null vote and abstention|
|» What is the caption vote|
|» Agência Brasil explains: what are collective mandates|
|» See list of applications for services and query results|