A total of 786 people have cast pre-election votes in Reykjavík so far, a higher number than at the same time before the previous general election in Iceland in 2009.
Alþingi, the Icelandic Parliament. Photo: Páll Kjartansson/Iceland Review.
Around 2,400 people have cast their ballots around Iceland and abroad so far, visir.is reports.
Pre-election voting will open at Laugardalshöllinn today and be open from 10 am to 10 pm every day.
At the last election, roughly 13,000 people cast pre-election votes, the majority in the last days leading up to the election.
Iceland’s general election will be held on April 27.