The Voting Process
Any eligible voter who wishes to vote must attend the voting place for his/her voting subdivision. Upon attendance at the designated voting place, the voter will be directed to the appropriate voting station to receive a ballot.
If the voter's name is not on the voters list, the voter will first be directed to the Clerk for Oaths to complete the necessary Oath of Voter, provided he/she is able to establish identity.
All voters, regardless if their name is on the voters list, will be required to establish identity. Voters may do so by providing:
- An official document issued by a federal, provincial or municipal government that contains the person's name, address and photograph (such as a Driver's License); or
- At least two other documents that provide evidence of the person's identity; or
- Identification in another manner deemed acceptable by the Senior Election Official.
Once the voter has established his/her identity, he/she shall receive a ballot with instructions for marking the ballot.
Voting - How to Mark the Ballot
|Candidates' names appear in random order as determined by a draw held by the Senior Election Official following the close of nominations.
To mark the ballot, the voter must fill in the circle next to their choice of candidate with the special pen provided in the voting compartment.
Voting - The Equipment
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About the ImageCast
Last update: 19.03.2013