Information on elections

On February 11, 2024, the second round of presidential elections was held in Finland. The current president of Finland, Sauli Niinistö, having served two consecutive terms, could not seek re-election. The results are as follows:

Alexander Stubb: 1,575,211 votes 51.62%
Pekka Haavisto: 1,476,548 votes 48.38%

About the electoral system

The presidential election is won by the candidate who manages to collect more than 50% of the votes. If no candidate collects the said percentage of votes, a second round follows between the two candidates who collected the highest number of valid votes in the first round. The term of office of the president is six years and there is a limit of two terms.