Bolivia Electoral Registry Registration Guide 2023

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What is it?

The Electoral Registry Registration in Bolivia is a mandatory process that allows eligible citizens to participate in national, regional, and local elections. By registering, individuals ensure they can exercise their right to vote and have their voice heard in the democratic process.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Bolivian citizens who are 18 years or older and wish to actively participate in the democratic process by voting in upcoming elections. It is particularly crucial for new voters, individuals who recently gained citizenship, those who changed their address, or voters who have not yet registered.


  1. Visit an official registration center: Locate the nearest Electoral Registry office or designated registration point.
  2. Bring required documents: Ensure you have all necessary identification documents with you.
  3. Fill out the registration form: Complete the application form provided by the registration center.
  4. Submit your form and documents: Hand in your filled form along with the required documents to the officer on duty.
  5. Receive confirmation: After verifying your details, you will receive a confirmation of your registration.

Required documents

  • Valid Bolivian ID: Obtain an official ID from a local civil registry office if you do not have one.
  • Proof of residence: Provide recent utility bills or rental agreements to confirm your address.
  • Recent photograph: Ensure it meets the specifications set by the Electoral Registry office.

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Additional details

  • Make sure to check the official website for any updates on the registration process:
  • Be aware of the registration deadlines to ensure you do not miss the opportunity to register.
  • For further assistance, you can contact the Electoral Registry office directly via their hotline or email.


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