IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED TO VOTE
All voters are required to establish their identity 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 and current address.
At the voting places, voters will be asked to provide one piece of photo identification that contains their name and address, OR two other pieces of identification, one of which must contain their address.
Examples of other acceptable documents are Manitoba Health Services Commission card, Manitoba Blue Cross card, a blank personalized cheque, a credit card statement, an Old Age Pension/Security card, an Income Tax Assessment statement or a utility bill.