Electronic voting and European Parliamentary 2019 election results

The electronic i-voting took place from May 16 to May 22 2019 around the clock. For i-voting, one needs Estonian ID-card or a mobile-ID.

223,870 voters took part in the advance poll of European Parliament election. 155,521 voted electronically, 68,349 voters voted in a polling station. This means that 25,4% of the voters took part in the advance poll, among them  around 18% voted electronically. Compared to the European Parliament elections five years ago there are 6% rise on voters who cast their ballot during the advance poll.

According to the preliminary data, the voter turnout at the European Parliament elections in Estonia was 37.3%. Voter turnout was the highest in Tallinn (42.2%), and the lowest in Ida-Virumaa (24.3%).

Members of the EP are Andrus Ansip (Eesti Reformierakond), Marina Kaljurand (Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond), Yana Toom (Eesti Keskerakond), Urmas Paet (Eesti Reformierakond), Jaak Madison (Eesti Konservatiivne Rahvaerakond) ja Sven Mikser (Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond).

Results can be found from here.

In-depth information about electronic voting and elections in Estonia from VALIMISED.EE