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Vote Wednesday October 24

calendar of events

Election Calendar

 

 


July 26
First day to apply in-writing to vote by sealed envelope/personal security voting in writing

Sept 12 - Sept 18
Nomination Period

Sept 26
Apply to vote by sealed envelope/personal security voting in person

Oct 10
Advanced Polls at City Hall Main Foyer

 

 

In order to be eligible to vote in an election, a person must be:

  • a Canadian citizen;
  • 18 years of age on Election Day; and
  • a resident of the local authority for at least six months on Election Day (as of April 24, 2018).

 

The following rules apply to determine the residency of a person:

  • a person is a resident of the place where he/she has his/her ordinary residence, and to which he/she intends to return when away from it
  • a person may be a resident of only one place at a time
  • a person does not change residence until he/she has a new residence

 

A person who leaves a municipality for temporary reasons is still considered a resident voter. For example, a student attending university or college outside of the municipality, but who intends to return home after the term ends, is considered a resident voter.

 

If a person has no fixed address in the local authority, he/she is deemed to reside at the shelter, hostel or other similar institution that most frequently provides lodging, food or other social services.

 

VOTING AS A NON RESIDENT

For municipal elections only (excludes school division elections), non-resident land owners are eligible to vote in an election. In order to be eligible, the person must be:

  • a Canadian citizen;
  • 18 years of age on Election Day;
  • a registered land owner in the municipality for at least six months on Election Day (as of April 24, 2018).

 

A maximum of two non-resident property owners, per property, are permitted to vote in a municipal election. In order to vote, each of these voters must obtain written consent from a majority of the registered landowners, and file this with the Senior Election Official. Non-Resident_Voter_Consent_Form Click Here 

 

When voting, you may also be required to provide proof of ownership to the voting official. Ensure you bring proof of ownership with you when you vote.

Brandon Votes
Brandon electors vote to elect their Mayor, Councillors, and Public or Separate School Board Trustees on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 for the 2018-2022 term of office.
Contact Info

410 - 9th Street
Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
P. 204. 729. 2236
brandonvotes@brandon.ca