On the eve of the second round of Elections 2022, which takes place next Sunday (30), many people intend to use the e-Título, a digital version of the voter registration card, to register their vote. The problem is that voters who leave the app to download on polling day will face a big problem: the e-Title can only be issued until Saturday, October 29th!
To avoid inconvenience, it is therefore advisable to download the e-Título as soon as possible and register for the application. Registration is free and can be done by any Brazilian citizen so that he has access to a digital copy of his voter registration card.
In addition to being able to use the e-Título when voting, the application also allows the user to discover their polling location and consult their information with the Electoral Court.
Another point worth mentioning is that the printed title continues to be accepted normally at polling places, but in order to vote with it, it is necessary to present a photo document (such as RG or driver’s license).
Who can vote in elections?
In Brazil, voting is mandatory for citizens between 18 and 70 years of age and optional (that is, it may or may not be done, at the voter’s own choice) for illiterate people, young people aged 16 or 17 and people over of 70 years. There are, however, other cases in which a citizen can have his vote optional.
It is worth remembering, however, that if you fit into the mandatory cases, but do not wish to vote for any candidate, you can opt for the blank vote. If you miss the application, for any reason, you still there will be a deadline to justify the absencebefore the title is cancelled.
How to find out where to vote
If your problem is finding out where to vote, know that the address of your constituency can be consulted in several ways. In addition to the aforementioned e-Title, voters can also do this research by following a few simple steps on the website of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), the highest body of the Electoral Justice.
If he prefers, he can also find out the address through his voter registration card on the TSE website or via WhatsApp.
How to follow the count
Finally, after the vote, to check whether your candidate was elected or not, and to find out who was chosen for president of the republic and governor – if in your state this vote also went to the second round – it is worth follow the count of the 2022 Elections. This can be done in real time using the “Results” application, TSE’s official tool.