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Important Voting Information

Megan Mitton

Voters will be receiving a card this week, indicating where one is to vote! (If you do not receive a card, one can still vote!)

Call - 1-888-858-8683 (VOTE). They will direct you to your correct polling station and will indicate what I.D you need to bring with you.

Voting Polls + Times

Advance Polls 
10 am to 8 pm

  • Saturday, September 13
  • Monday, September 15

Ordinary Polls
10 am to 8 pm 

  • Monday, September 22


Actual polling station 
http://www1.gnb.ca/elections/en/provpolls/allprovpollstationslist-e.asp 

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Polling Stations

Ordinary Polls: Ordinary polls will be held at the following polling stations:

Polling Divisions 01 Royal Canadian Legion 81 72 Route 955
Cape Tormentine, NB

Polling Divisions 02
First United Church Murray Corner 1505 Route 955
Murray Corner, NB

Polling Divisions 03, 04 PEDVAC
12 rue Church St
Port Elgin, NB

Polling Divisions 05
The Baie Verte Seniors Club Hall 387 Route 970
Baie Verte, NB

Polling Divisions 06, 21
St Mark's Hall
59 ch Mount Whatley Loop Rd Aulac, NB

Polling Divisions 07
Midgic United Baptist Church 80 ch Goose Lake Rd
Midgic, NB

Polling Divisions 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre
182 rue Main St
Sackville, NB

Polling Divisions 22, 23
St Ann's Anglican Church Hall 65 ch British Settlement Rd E Westcock, NB

Polling Divisions 24, 25
Dorchester Veterans Community Centre 4955 rue Main St
Dorchester, NB

Polling Divisions 26, 28, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36 L'Aréna Eugene (Gene) LeBlanc
450 rue Centrale St
Memramcook, NB

Polling Divisions 27, 29
Club d'Âge d'Or Pré-D'En Haut 1027 rue Principale St Memramcook, NB

Polling Divisions 32, 33, 37 Atelier Artisan
260 ch Old Shediac Rd Memramcook, NB

 

Advance Polls: Advance polls will be held at the following polling stations:

Polling Divisions 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 PEDVAC
12 rue Church St
Port Elgin, NB

Polling Divisions 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 Tantramar Veterans Memorial Civic Centre
182 rue Main St
Sackville, NB

Polling Divisions 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 L'Aréna Eugene (Gene) LeBlanc
450 rue Centrale St
Memramcook, NB 

 

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General Information about who can vote
(Includes How Students Can Vote!)

They must have lived in the province for forty days prior to Election Day and must also meet the standard qualifications to vote.

In order to vote in New Brunswick, one must be a Canadian Ccitizen, at least 18 years of age by election day, have been ordinarily resident somewhere in New Brunswick for at least 40 days before election day, and be ordinarily resident in the riding where you apply to vote.

Students who are ordinarily resident in one electoral district of New Brunswick but are residing in a different electoral district for the purpose of attending a post-secondary institution, have the unique opportunity to have their name placed either on the voters list in their “home” electoral district and vote for a candidate in that electoral district, or to have their name placed on the voters list for the electoral district where they are living while going to school, and vote for the candidate in that electoral district.

Students from another province only temporarily residing in New Brunswick for the purpose of attending school do not gain the status of ‘ordinarily residence” which is necessary to vote. However, if a student from another province declares that he or she has decided to make New Brunswick their home or ‘ordinary residence’ and has been ordinarily resident for at least 40 days, that person can apply to be put on the voters list and to vote. 

ID requirements

When applying to be added to the voters list you must present one of more pieces of identification which between them show your name, your signature, and the address where you are now resident. (A New Brunswick driver’s license contains all three and is the ideal piece of identification).

Other options may include:

  • lease agreements
  • utility bills
  • student IDs
  • other documentation that provides the above three requirements, or having a friend already on the voters list vouch for your residency.

You will be required to sign a declaration stating you are now ‘ordinarily” resident in New Brunswick, have been so for at least 40 days, and that this address in New Brunswick is now your ordinary residence.

Note: You can also apply in person to obtain a ballot for your ‘home” electoral district at any Returning Office in the province, and cast your ballot there at the same time. Or, you can request that the Returning Office in your “home” riding” mail you a special ballot, and then you must ensure the ballot is received back at that returning office by 8pm on Election Day.