Three Opportunities to Vote This October

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The Edmonton Election for Mayor, City Councillors and School Board Trustees takes place this October and there are three easy ways to cast your vote!

 

Option 1. Advance Vote

Not able to vote on Election Day? Cast your ballot early at the Advance Vote station designated for your ward. All ward-based Advance Vote stations are equipped with a ballot-marking tool for those who require audio, visual and physical accommodations.

 

Advance Vote

October 4 – 13, 2017         1 – 7 p.m.

Wards Location & Room Address
1 & 5 Westend Seniors Activity Centre

(Meeting Room)

9629 – 176 Street
2 & 3 Evansdale Community League

(Small Hall)

9111 – 150 Avenue NW
4 & 7 Clareview Recreation Centre

(Multipurpose Room #3, Main Floor)

3804 – 139 Avenue NW
6 & 8 City Hall

(Heritage Room, Main Floor)

1 Sir Winston Churchill Square
9 & 10 Terwillegar Recreation Centre

(Multipurpose Room #4, Main Floor)

2051 Leger Road NW
11 & 12 Mill Woods Senior and MultiCultural Centre

(Room 225, 2nd Floor of EPL)

2610 Hewes Way NW

 

Option 2: Election Day 

On Election Day – Monday, October 16, 2017 – cast your ballot at the voting station designated for your home anytime between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. A Where to Vote card will arrive in your mail in early October with information about your voting station, or use the online Where to Vote tool on the Edmonton Elections website to find your voting station and candidate list. Go online and try it out: www.edmonton.ca/election

 

Option 3: Special (Mail-in) Ballot

The final way to vote is intended for people who will be out of town on Election Day, who are unable to get to a voting station, or who are election and campaign workers.  If you fall into one of these groups, you can request a Special (Mail-in) Ballot.  Visit the Edmonton Elections website for more information and to apply: www.edmonton.ca/SpecialBallot

 

Required Identification

No matter the voting opportunity, you’ll need to present a piece of authorized identification that confirms both your name and residential address, like a Driver’s Licence. A bank statement, utility bill or personal cheque will also work! A passport, Alberta Health Care card, birth certificate or work/student ID will not be accepted.

 

Hear From Your Candidates

Edmonton Elections is hosting municipal candidate forums from Sept. 25 to Oct. 11. Drop by the forum or watch online to hear from your Mayoral and City Councillor candidates.

 

More information about voting the process

 

For More Information

www.edmonton.ca/election                780-442-VOTE (8683)           Twitter: @ElectionCensus                     #yegvote

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