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Voting: Everything you need to know for the Saskatchewan election

Where do I vote? You can only vote at your assigned polling station. If you registered to vote, the address of your polling station will be on your voter information card, which was mailed to you in March. If you did not register to vote or did not receive a…

Where do I vote?

You can only vote at your assigned polling station. If you registered to vote, the address of your polling station will be on your voter information card, which was mailed to you in March. If you did not register to vote or did not receive a card, you can find your polling station online at www.elections.sk.ca.

When do I vote?

All polling stations across the province are open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

What do I need to bring with me to vote?

You must present a piece of government-issued photo ID with your name and address (such as a driver’s licence) or two pieces of non-photo ID that have your name and address (such as a voter information card, health card, utility bill or credit card statement).

If you don’t have appropriate identification, you can go to a polling station with a registered voter from your constituency and sign a declaration, with the registered voter vouching for you. Each person can only vouch for one other person.

I forgot to register. Can I still vote?

Yes. You can register at the polling station before you vote.

I won’t be in town on Monday. Can I still vote?

No. If you did not vote by advance ballot and will not be able to get to your assigned voting station on Monday, you will not be able to vote.

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