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Common Questions

Last modified on: Monday, March 25, 2013 8:49

What does the Chief Electoral Officer do?

Why do we have Provincial Elections?

What is an MLA?

Who is my MLA?

What is a political party?

How do I form a political party in Alberta?

Do I have to be on the List of Electors in order to vote?

My name is on the List of Electors but I just moved (from within Alberta). Where do I vote?

I just became a Canadian citizen. How do I get on the List of Electors?

How do I know my information will be kept confidential?

Who is eligible to vote in a provincial general election in Alberta?

What type of identification do I need to vote?

Do I get time off from work to vote?

How can I vote if I plan to be away on election day?

If I am working or travelling away from home, where do I go to vote?

If I am studying away from home, where do I vote?

What if I am in the hospital on Election Day?

How do I vote if I am visually impaired?

How do I vote if I’m not fluent in English?

How do I know my vote will be kept secret?

How do I know the voting process is secure?

Where do I vote?

What are the voting hours?

I would like to work during the election. What positions are available, what is the compensation and how do I apply?

What is a Senate nominee election?

Who is eligible to run as a candidate in the Senate nominee election?

Have elected Senate nominees ever become Senators?

How many electors are in Alberta?

When is the next provincial election?