64. (1) The local council shall note the reception time for an advance vote on the cover. The number of advance votes received, the receiving dates, and the number of advance votes which are being forwarded to other municipalities, cf. subsection (2), and the forwarding date shall be entered in a logbook. The local council may decide that the logbook shall be kept by electronical records. The Minister for Social Welfare shall lay down the rules for the content and design of the logbook.
(2) If, according to the address stated on the cover, the sender is the resident of another
municipality, the local council shall forward the advance vote to the appropriate municipality without delay.
(3) Once an election has been called, the local council shall see to it that advance votes from voters having cast their votes in advance prior to the calling of an election and later having notified their relocation to another municipality shall be forwarded to the new municipality of residence.
(4) The local council shall collect and count the number of advance votes for each polling district of the municipality, in whose electoral register the senders are listed according to their address on the cover. The local council shall see to it that the advance votes are delivered to the polling supervisors at the polling stations within the appropriate polling districts before voting starts, cf. however subsection (5).
(5) If less than five advance votes have been received within a polling district, the local council shall transfer the advance votes to a polling district which has received a minimum of five advance votes and hand them over to the polling supervisors of that polling district, who shall examine whether the advance votes qualify for consideration, cf. section 65. If a transferred advance vote is to be considered, the polling supervisors shall enter the voter in question in the election register, make a note on the electoral register about the cause for inclusion in the electoral register and otherwise follow the procedure specified in section 66(1) regarding advance votes qualifying for consideration. The polling supervisors shall furthermore instruct the polling supervisors of the original polling district that the voter concerned is to be deleted from the electoral register of that polling district before commencement of the vote. The cause for which the voter is deleted from the electoral register shall be stated in the electoral register of the original polling district, while noting in which polling district the voter has been included in the electoral register instead. If a transferred advance vote is not to considered, the polling supervisors shall follow the procedure specified in section 66(2), and no corrections shall be made to the electoral registers in the two polling districts concerned.
(6) If based on the information about the sender on the cover, it cannot be decided in which polling district the sender is included in the electoral register, the local council shall decide to which polling district the advance vote shall belong with a view to having the polling supervisors check out the advance vote for its claim to being considered, cf. section 65.
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