French Election: Where Can You Vote in the United States?

For the upcoming French presidential elections, which will take place on Saturday, April 22 and May 6, forty-four polling stations will be open in the United States.

Each person’s polling station depends on their place of residence recorded when they registered at their consulate. The exact polling station was sent to each voter via an email from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday, April 14. On the day of the vote, each person should bring an identity document — a national identity card, a driving license or a passport — as well as proof of registration on the consulate voting lists.

Each polling station in the United States will be open from 8am until 7pm (local time).