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Elections

To participate in political elections, you must be registered on the electoral roll. Every French person who comes of age is automatically registered on the electoral roll, provided that he or she has taken the census when he or she turned 16. The town hall informs the new voter by mail of his or her registration, without him or her having to take any action. If, however, registration could not take place (late census, moving after the census, etc.), you must make the request to the town hall.

Elections in Val d'Isère

Course of events

For the departmental and regional elections scheduled for 20 and 27 June 2021, the polling station is located at the Henri Oreiller Convention Centre.

On election day, voters MUST present a valid identity document. Only the national identity card and passport can be presented valid or expired.

Parts to be supplied :

  • national identity card
  • passport
  • Identity card of local elected official with photograph, issued by the state representative
  • carte vitale with photograph
  • chamois or tricolour combatant card
  • civil or military disability card with photograph
  • state official's identity card with photograph
  • an identity card or movement card with photograph, issued by the military authorities
  • large family card with photograph issued by the SNCF (French National Railway Company)
  • driver's permit
  • hunting permit with photograph, issued by the state representative
  • traffic book, issued by the prefect
  • receipt as proof of identity, issued in exchange for identity documents.

 


Voting by proxy

If you are unable to go to your polling station in person on polling day, you have the option of giving a proxy to another elector in the municipality where you are registered to vote in your place.

  • The representative must reside in the municipality.
  • You must go to the gendarmerie, National Police Station or the nearest Court of First Instance with an identity document. If you live abroad, you must go to the Consulate or Embassy.
  • You complete a proxy form* on site with the following information about the proxyholder (the person who will vote on your behalf): full name, date of birth and address, as well as a sworn statement indicating the reason for the impediment. A receipt will be issued to you.
  • The authority that received your power of attorney sends it to the town hall.
  • The agent does not receive any paperwork.
  • On election day, the proxy with his or her own identification will vote for you. If you are finally present on polling day and arrive at the polling station before your proxy, you will still be able to vote.

À Beginning in 2017, the principal may complete the online proxy application (download the form) and print it before depositing it with the authority mentioned in paragraph 2 above, together with his identity document. Once dated, stamped and stamped, the form will be sent to the mayor by the authority.

Look out! The same proxy may only receive one power of attorney established in France or two powers of attorney if one (or both) is established abroad.


Change of address

Each person registered on an electoral roll must inform the General Administration department of the municipality of any changes in civil status and/or place of residence. To do this, it is sufficient to send this information imperatively before March 1st of each year, either by post or by e-mail to the following address:

Val d'Isère City Hall
PO BOX 295
73155 Val d'Isère
Mail: accueil@valdisere.fr

Information

Head of department

Lionel Renard

Contact the department

+33 4 79 06 01 60
accueil@valdisere.fr

- Winter hours
Monday to Friday: 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 6pm

- Inter-season and summer schedules
Monday to Wednesday: 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 6pm
Thursday: 9am - 12 and 2pm - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 12pm


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