Election Day is September 14.
Advanced polling days are September 5 and 8, but you can vote at your Returning Office anytime during regular hours.
Contact Elections New Brunswick toll-free at: 1-888-858-8683 (VOTE) or find your polling place here.
Where can I vote?
If you received a Voter Information card in the mail at your current address, and the name and address information on it is correct, you may vote at one of the locations shown on the back of the card.
You also have the option to vote using a special ballot. You can do so by visiting any returning office anytime during their normal hours of operation until 8 pm on Election Day.
You may also apply for a special ballot to be sent to you by mail by contacting your returning office. You do not have to provide a reason to vote by special ballot.
To vote in New Brunswick, you need to be:
- a Canadian citizen;
- eighteen years of age on or before polling day;
- ordinarily resident in the province for 40 days immediately preceding the date of the election;
- ordinarily resident in the electoral district at the date of the election.
What ID do I need to vote?
- If you are already on the List of Electors, then you do not need to show any ID. You might want to bring some, just in case because;
If your information is incorrect, or you need to be added to the List of Electors, you need to either
- Show one piece of ID with your name, address, and signature (ie. a lease agreement, a driver’s license, a utility bill plus a second piece of Is with a signature), OR
- Bring another friend who is on the List of Electors at your same polling station who can vouch for you.
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