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11 September 2021, 09:20

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Registration will close on September 13 at 23:59.

There are three days left until the end of registration for participation in online voting, it will close on September 13 at 23:59. To date, more than 1.8 million Muscovites have applied for participation in electronic voting. To apply, you need to log in to your personal account on, and then go to link… This can also be done through the applications “My Moscow” and “State services of Moscow”.

Electronic voting will take place from 17 to 19 September. Muscovites will elect deputies of the State Duma and the Moscow City Duma in two districts (No. 19 – Veshnyaki, Ivanovskoye, Novogireevo districts, No. 37 – Akademichesky, Gagarinsky, Lomonosovsky, Vernadsky Prospect), as well as municipal deputies in Shchukin.

Muscovites over 18 years of age with permanent registration in the capital can take part in online elections. You must also have a full account. After sending an application for participation in electronic voting of online voters, the applications will be compared with the register at the CEC of Russia. Citizens who will participate in the elections remotely will be excluded from the register of voters at polling stations, they will not be able to receive a paper ballot. Before voting, Muscovites who have successfully passed the checks will receive a notification that they will be included in the list of electronic voters.

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Among the participants in the online voting, one-room apartments in Moscow and cars will be drawn. They will also be able to win 10 thousand, 25 thousand, 50 thousand and 100 thousand reward points as part of the promotion#ChooseTogetherthe Million Prizes program. These points can be spent in clothing and footwear stores, children’s and sporting goods stores, household goods, as well as visiting cafes and restaurants. One point is equal to one ruble.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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