The General Election in Denmark on 1 November 2022

Christiansborg, Copenhagen. Photo: Anders Hviid

A general election (Folketingsvalg) will take place in Denmark on Tuesday 1 November 2022.


In the run-up to the general election in Denmark, the International Press Centre (IPC) in Denmark will use this web site to publish a range of information aimed at international media covering the election.

If you have any questions or special queries, please contact:

Peter Krause, Head of IPC (International Press Centre)
M: +45 20 70 69 70

Visit the IPC - lounge and work area

Media are most welcome to use the IPC lounge/work area and other facilities during the election coverage. Our opening hours are listed below, please contact us at mail for requests to be at the IPC outide our opening hours.

MON 31 OCT - From 09:00-16:00
TUE 1 NOV - From 09:00-16:00
WEDN 2 NOV - From 08:30 - 16:00

Election events at the IPC

02 NOV: General election breakfast event at the IPC in Copenhagen from 09:00. Election expert Rune Stubager, Professor, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, visits the IPC for analysis of the election result and individual interviews. Registration at e-mail
More info via this LINK

28 OCT:
Press conference with Socialdemokratiet (The Social Democratic Party). The speaker is Jeppe Kofod, Minister for Foreign Affairs. Registration and more info via this LINK

14 OCT:
Briefing with Kasper Møller Hansen, professor of political science, University of Copenhagen. Registration and more info via this LINK

Press access to polling stations

For information regarding press access to polling station, please see a PDF-file (in Danish) via this LINK

Election night - venues of the political parties

To request a list with information about the locations of the political party events on election night events, please e-mail Peter Krause at

Contact info - Lists of experts at Danish Universities

Please access lists via this LINK 

Enquiries about content from Danish TV Broadcasters

DR (Danish Broadcasting Corporation)
For questions regarding DR content that will be shared via EBU (European Broadcasting Union), please e-mail

For questions regarding other DR archive content, please e-mail DR sales at 

TV 2 Denmark
TV 2 Denmark will share election material via ENEX and EBU (European Broadcasting Union).

For TV 2 contact details, please e-mail

Media accreditation at Folketinget 

The media accreditation for election night at Folketinget closed on Wednesday 26 October.


The Danish Parliament – Elections and Referendums

The Ministry for Economic Affairs and the Interior – Parliament Elections