Voting Register Cards
What is a Voting Register Card?
A Voting Register Card is a pre-printed card that contains your name, address, voting station number and whether you will vote for a Public or Separate School Trustee. A Voting Register Card is not a form of identification.
You will be asked to read and sign the card’s statement of elector eligibility to confirm your information and eligibility to vote. A person who signs a false statement is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of not more than $10,000 or to imprisonment for not more than 6 months or to both fine and imprisonment.
Is the Voting Register Card mailed to me?
No, the Voting Register Card is not mailed to you. It is pre-printed and available on Election Day at your designated voting station.
What if there is no pre-printed Voting Register Card for me at my voting station on Election Day?
If there is no pre-printed card at your designated voting station on Election Day, an election worker will fill one in for you.
What if the information on my card is incorrect?
If there is a Voting Register Card for you but the information needs to be changed, an election worker will correct the information on the card and have you initial the correction.
Will a Voting Register Card be available for me if I cast my ballot at the advance vote?
There are no pre-printed Voting Register Cards during the advance vote. If you cast your ballot at an advance voting station, an election worker will fill in a blank card for you.