In Sweden, political decisions are made at three different levels: state, region and municipality. Therefore, when there is an election in Sweden, you vote in all three levels, which political party you vote for can thus be different depending on the level you are voting in. for the region you live in) and a vote for the city council (which is responsible for the municipality you live in). The Riksdag decides on laws and governs the Swedish authorities. The county council is responsible for, among other things, healthcare and public transport. The municipality is responsible for the community in which we live, such as school, preschool, social services and elderly care.