Information for Voters

Details on Regular, Advance and Special Voting

Where and How to Vote

Details on Regular, Advance and Special Voting

Who can vote?

Lac Ste. Anne County Residents

To vote in the 2021 Lac Ste. Anne County municipal general election:

Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation Residents

All Alberta residents will be provided opportunities to vote in the province’s Senate election and on the province’s referendum questions, which are being conducted in conjunction with the October 18, 2021 municipal general elections.

Because First Nations, Summer Villages and a few other jurisdictions in Alberta are not scheduled to hold elections on October 18, the province has arranged for residents of those places to be able to vote via local elections in a nearby municipality. 

Residents of Alexis Nakota First Nation who are at least 18 years of age will be able to vote at a Lac Ste. Anne County voting station on Election Day or during Advance Voting, or can apply to receive a Special (mail-in) Ballot. Before they can vote, all electors must provide authorized ID to verify their identify and place of residence.

In addition to the authorized forms of ID on this list, a federal "Indian status" or local "band card" are also acceptable forms of ID for electors voting on the provincial referendum questions and Senate vote.

Where can you vote?

On Election Day, electors will be able to vote in person at voting stations or advance voting stations. On Election Day, voters must vote at one of the Voting Stations allocated for the Electoral Division that they live in. During Advance Voting, all voters may vote at either of the available Voting Stations. If an elector meets certain conditions, they may instead request a Special Ballot (mail-in ballot). Check the map below for Voting Stations and Advance Vote locations.

When can you vote?

ELECTION DAY
ADVANCE VOTING

Contact the Returning Officer

If you have any questions about election procedures or requirements, or wish to book an appointment to submit nomination papers, please contact Chris Belke, the Returning Officer for Lac Ste. Anne County.

Email: returningofficer2021 (@) LSAC.ca
Telephone: 780.284.8100

Special Ballots (Mail-in Ballots)

Voting by mail means voting by special ballot. With a special ballot, you can vote by mail from anywhere in the world.

Who can request a Special Ballot?

An elector who is unable to vote at an Advance Vote or at one of the voting stations on Election Day may apply to vote by Special Ballot because of:

  • physical disability;
  • absence from the local jurisdiction; or
  • being a returning officer, deputy returning officer, substitute returning officer, constable, candidate, official agent or scrutineer who may be located on election day at a voting station other than that for the elector’s place of residence

Apply to receive a Special Ballot package.

Request a Special Ballot package by completing the application form below. 

  • I, , of request a Special Ballot package which will include one of each of the following ballots:

  • Should be Empty:
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