The European elections concern us all. The ninth European elections take place between 23 and 26 May 2019. 350 million EU citizens will have then again their chance to elect the 705 members of the European Parliament (EP).
The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and its locally and regionally elected representatives are working together with the European Parliament in an effort to raise awareness about what is at stake and further engage EU citizens to vote in the elections.
CoR members represent not only their cities and regions in Brussels, but also the European Union back in their countries – they are EU ambassadors. For them and every citizen, we gathered a handful of official sources, which may be useful for communicating on the European elections.
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14-15 March 2019: EU Summit of Regions and Cities, Bucharest
April-22 May: official "go-to-vote" campaign of the European Parliament
9 May: European Council to discuss the institutional agenda 2019-2024, Sibiu
15 May: lead candidates' debate on TV
23-26 May: European elections
26 May: “Election Night" (live on TV from the EP)
20 / 21 June: European Council to discuss EU budget 2021-2027, the agenda 2019-2024, and high-level appointments
2 July: inaugural plenary session of the newly elected parliament
1 November: New European Commission to take up office
General information about 2019 elections and the European Parliament (EP)
Information points in your country or region