Model of electoral management
Norway, Election Act (LOV-2002-06-28-57; Last updated on 07.04.2021), accessed 1 August 2021
Chapter 4. Electoral bodies
Section 4-1. Electoral committee
In every municipal authority area there shall be an electoral committee that is elected by the municipal council itself.
Section 4-2. Polling committees
If polling is to take place in several places in the municipal authority area, a polling committee with no fewer than three members shall administer polling in each place. The municipal council may delegate the appointment of polling committees to the Electoral Committee.
Section 4-3. County Electoral Committee
In every county in the case of parliamentary elections and elections to the county council there shall be a County Electoral Committee that is elected by the county council itself.
Section 4-4. National Electoral Committee
(1) In those years in which parliamentary elections are held, the King appoints a National Electoral Committee. The National Electoral Committee shall distribute those seats in the Storting that are seats at large.
(2) The National Electoral Committee shall have no fewer than five members with alternates. The King appoints the chairman and vice-chairman, and determines who shall function as assistants in this work.
(3) The meetings of the National Electoral Committee are open to the public.
"The Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation has the overall responsibility for the conduct of elections and for matters relating to local government and local democracy."
The functions of the National Electoral Committee are limited to the distribution of seats of 19 members at large, issuing credentials to the members returned to the Storting, and dealing with appeals relating to parliamentary elections. As such, it cannot be considered as an EMB.