(1) A qualified elector shall appear before the Precinct Election Committee and vote personally. He/she may not be represented.
(2) After coming to a polling station, a qualified elector shall prove his/her identity and after registering himself/herself in both counterparts of the list of qualified electors, he/she shall obtain an empty official envelope with the national emblem of the Slovak Republic (hereinafter the “envelope”) and a ballot paper from the Precinct Election Committee. Should the qualified elector fail to submit his/her identity card and should none of the members of the Precinct Election Committee know him/her, the Committee shall request him/her to prove his/her identity by testimony of two persons known to the Precinct Election Committee; should the elector fail to do so before the close of the poll, he/she shall not be allowed to vote.
(3) The Precinct Election Committee shall register a qualified elector, who appeared in the polling station with a poll card, on the list of qualified electors. The registration shall be signed by the chairman and two members of the Committee; the poll card shall be attached to the list of qualified electors. The Committee shall subsequently provide the qualified elector with a ballot paper and an empty envelope.
(4) After the qualified elector obtained a ballot paper and an empty envelope, he/she shall enter the polling booth designated for marking of ballot papers, denote the candidate for which he/she wishes to vote on the ballot paper and put the ballot paper in the envelope. Marking shall be done by making a cross in a small frame below the surname of the selected candidate. Other marking of a ballot paper shall not be taken into account.
(5) A qualified elector who is unable to mark the ballot paper personally due to being disabled or due to being unable to read or write, shall be entitled to take another qualified elector to the polling booth designated for marking of ballot papers, however not a member of the Precinct Election Committee, so that such person can mark the ballot paper on his/her behalf and put it in the envelope.
(6) After leaving the polling booth designated for marking of ballot papers, a qualified elector shall put the envelope to a ballot box in front of the Precinct Election Committee. The Committee shall not allow voting of a qualified elector who did not enter the polling booth.
(7) A qualified elector who is unable to come to a polling station and who stays, at the time of the poll, in the municipality, where he/she has permanent residence or who has a poll card, shall be entitled to request the Precinct Election Committee for being enabled to cast his/her vote in a mobile ballot box. In such case, the Precinct Election Committee shall send at least two of its members with a mobile ballot box, ballot papers and an envelope to the qualified elector; these members of the Precinct Election Committee shall secure secrecy of the voting.
(8) Should a qualified elector not be able to put the envelop in a ballot box personally due to being disabled, another qualified elector may do so on his/her behalf upon his/her request and in his/her presence, however this cannot be a member of the Precinct Election Committee.