The Local's guide to the 2010 Swedish elections
Published: 17 Sep 2010 13:33 GMT+02:00
Updated: 17 Sep 2010 13:33 GMT+02:00
It's already been four years since Swedes last voted on a new parliament and chose representatives for municipal and county councils. And on September 19th, the polls will open once again.
Will Sweden end up with its first female prime minister? Will a centre-right government manage to win an unprecedented a second term in power? And what’s at stake in the races for municipalities and counties?
Over the next two weeks, The Local will publish several articles designed to help readers get their heads around the different parties and some of their respective positions on a range of issues.
Whether you're planning to cast your vote in Sweden for the first time, or are simply interested in learning more, bookmark this page and keep coming back to check out the latest updates to The Guide.
You can also check our special section, Election 2010, which includes every election-related news story, including poll results, policy positions, and more.
Monday, September 6th
Tuesday, September 7th
Wednesday, September 8th
Thursday, September 9th
Friday, September 10th
Monday, September 13th
Tuesday, September 14th
Wednesday, September 15th
Election Q&A: the Liberal Party - updated
Thursday, September 16th
In addition to the choice cuts fed to you on a daily basis and detailed above, The Local's election coverage has also included a wealth of feature articles and analysis to assist your understanding of the ins and outs of what is at stake. Here they all are, gathered for your perusal:
Check out The Local's up-to the minute coverage of election night from several of the parties' temporary headquarters, as well as development during the day following the election.