- Armenian presidential election, 1998
- Basque parliamentary election, 1998
- Cypriot presidential election, 1998
- Czech legislative election, 1998
- Danish parliamentary election, 1998
- Dutch general election, 1998
- Faroese parliamentary election, 1998
- Hungarian parliamentary election, 1998
- Latvian parliamentary election, 1998
- Lithuanian presidential election, 1997–1998
- Macedonian parliamentary election, 1998
- Maltese general election, 1998
- Montenegrin municipal election, 1998
- Montenegrin parliamentary election, 1998
- Portuguese abortion referendum, 1998
- Portuguese regionalisation referendum, 1998
- Slovak parliamentary election, 1998
- Stockholm municipal election, 1998
- Swedish general election, 1998
- Ukrainian parliamentary election, 1998
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