Mail-in ballots encouraged as way to vote
City Council has approved amendments to the Mail-in Ballot Bylaw which will allow voters to apply from the comfort of their own home and avoid in-person contact.
Steps to apply for a mail-in ballot:
- Download, fill in and sign the Voter Registration Form from the City’s website
- Have your identification (I.D.) and Registration Form witnessed by an eligible person. View an approved list of witnesses at Regina.ca/elections
- Send your signed registration form and copy of photo I.D. to Elections Regina by email, regular mail or fax.
Elections Regina will review the application and if all criteria are met, a ballot will be sent out with instructions to vote later this fall. If the application does not include proper I.D. requirements, is illegible or does not include sufficient details, applicants may be asked to submit their application in person.
Eligible voters may still apply in person at the Election Office.
Applications are accepted until November 9. Mail-in ballots will be sent out mid-late October and must be received at the Election Office by 8 p.m. on Election Day.
For more information on the 2020 Municipal/School Board Election, visit Regina.ca/elections or call 306-751-4479.