Why should you vote in the European elections?

On Thursday 30 May, Jönköping University will host an election debate ahead of the European elections on 9 June. During the afternoon, students and staff can meet the parliamentary parties in the JMW hall in the library. Later, there will be a debate where journalist Erik Lindfelt will interview the parties. Take the chance to ask questions that concern you as a student!

On 9 June, the European Parliament elections will take place in Sweden, where members from the Swedish constituency will be elected to the European Parliament. Jönköping University invites you to an open house where you can ask questions directly to politicians and then follows an election debate where all parliamentary parties participate under the leadership of journalist Erik Lindfelt. Please note that the debate will be held in Swedish.

Where and when

Place: JMW Hall, Library

Date: Thursday 30 May

Time: 13:00 - 16:30


13:00 - 15:00
Question time with politicians, ask your questions directly to the politicians.

15:00 - 16:30
Debate with the parties led by journalist Erik Lindfelt.

Voting in advance

Did you know that you can vote in advance at Jönköping University at HLK? Bring your ID and your voting card if you are eligible to vote in Sweden.

Read more here about the voting process External link, opens in new window.

On the actual election day 9 June, you can only vote in the polling station indicated on your voting card.