Do I have the right to vote?

I am EU citizen, having a personal no and ID card in SWEDEN and I arrived on July 21 
Also pls note that I haven't received yet any personal info by post 
Thks.

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  • Hi Maria

    To be eligible to vote, an individual must be at least 18 years old on election day. The details listed in the Swedish Population Register 30 days before election day (2022-08-12) determine whether you are eligible to vote, and which electoral district you belong to.

    You are eligible to vote in Riksdag elections if you are:
    • a Swedish citizen, and you are or have been listed in the Swedish Population Register.
    You are entitled to vote in local council elections for your municipality and region if you are:
    • a Swedish citizen, and you are listed in the Swedish Population Register
    • a citizen of an EU country, Iceland or Norway, and you are listed in the Swedish Population Register
    • a citizen of any other country, and you have been listed in the Swedish Population Register for three consecutive years before election day
    Those who are eligible to vote receive a voting card
    Those who are eligible to vote are sent a voting card by post about the 24th of August.
    Your voting card will state the elections in which you are entitled to vote, as well as the name, address and opening hours of your polling station. If your voting card is missing, you can order a new one from your municipality or the Swedish Election Authority.

    /Ingela


    Ingela
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