The primary of the right and center will be held on Sunday, 20 November and 27 November. This is an open primary; every person of voting age may therefore participate. Not without fulfilling some procedures that might make some wince, particularly the part of supporters left.

When can you vote?

The date of the first round of the open primary of the right and center is set for Sunday 20 November; that of the second round Sunday, November 27, 2016.

The first to vote but will the people of Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, Saint Barthelemy, French Guiana, Martinique, Saint Pierre and Miquelon and French Polynesia. They will be able to go to the previous Saturday polling stations, namely on 19 and 26 November.

The French abroad will rely on them to electronic voting in an open ballot for nineteen hours on 19 and 26 November.

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Who can vote?

The primary organized by Republicans is called open. No need, therefore, to be militant inset to put the ballot in the ballot box LR. To participate in the primary of the right and center, you must be registered on the electoral roll at 31 December 2015.

The non-registrants but having 18 at the time of voting and listed on supplementary electoral roll can participate by being previously registered with the primary site .

The French abroad must register to vote at this site between September 22 and October 16.

Where to Vote

More than 10 200 polling stations will be open polling days in metropolitan France and overseas territories.

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