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Voting - Canton BE

Hi everybody, I have a quick question for those who vote in the Canton of Bern.

I am excited to vote for the first time (by post) and while reading the instructions on how to do it, I read that some (most according to ch.ch) cantons provide a polling card or voter identification card. It seems to require a signature prior to being returned with the ballot paper.

I don't seem to have one so is this standard for Bern or am I missing some paperwork?

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