The countdown for the call to the polls begins, Naples is ready, now it is the turn of the voters who on Sunday 3 October (from 7.00 to 23.00) and Monday 4 October (from 7.00 to 15.00) – vote for the administrative elections.
But how does the municipal vote work? The voters will be given two ballots: with the blue card preference is expressed for the candidate for mayor and municipal councilors, with the orange card it will be possible to choose the president and the councilors of the belonging municipality. In detail, it is possible to cross the name of the candidate and one of his lists, but it is also possible to cross only one of the two voting options. If only the list is crossed out, the vote will go to both the list and the statutory auditor. It is important to remember that voters will be able to take advantage of the double gender preference he was born in disjoint vote. Going in order: with the separate vote the elector can cross a list and at the same time choose the name of a candidate for mayor who does not belong to that list. While for the choice of the councilor the possibility is offered to insert two names, provided that the double preference of gender, man woman, is respected (under penalty of the common one of the second preference).
The way to vote the common it is the same, so you vote for the list, or the list and the candidate for the presidency, or just the presidency. In this case the separate vote is not recognized, but the double gender preference is considered valid.