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The interested party can go to any field office or unit that corresponds to his/her home address.
Citizens who are living within the national territory and are physically unable to go to the registration offices to enroll themselves may apply for registration in writing, annexing the documents that accredit them as handicapped.
The application has to be presented in person before a field office of the Federal Electoral Registry in official forms that should include the signature, fingerprint and photograph of the interested party.
The photo-voting card issued free of charge by the IFE to all citizens that have requested to be included in the electoral registry is an essential document to exercise the right to vote.
All persons with Mexican nationality, by birth or by naturalization, who are 18 years of age or older, and have an honest way of living, have the right to vote.
However, in order to exercise this right, the law establishes certain additional requirements such as registration of the citizen in the Federal Registry of Voters and possession of a photo-voting card, which is issued free of charge by the Federal Electoral Institute.
The specific territorial site is called electoral section, which is the basic geographical unit into which the national territory is divided for electoral purposes.
According to the law, an electoral section is made up of a minimum of 50 and a maximum of 1,500 voters; within the limits of each section, a polling booth or site must be installed for every 750 registered voters.