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Information for Voters

Ways to Vote:

  • Advance Vote - Any eligible Elector can vote during the Advanced Vote and eligible voters can vote at any location.

    There are eight Advance Vote Dates which occur on three weekends:
    • October 1, 2 – City Hall (Downtown)
    • October 8, 9,10 – Exhibition Outdoor Kiosks - Drive-Through (East)
    • October 14, 15,16 – ATB Centre - NORTHWEST ENTRANCE
    • Voting is from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The City will be updating the wait time to vote throughout the election for the advance voting stations and election day voting stations.  Current information can be found by clicking here.
  • Election Day
    • 14 voting stations throughout the City
    • Drive Through at the South End of Exhibition Park Parking Lot (enter by Grandstand)
    • Eligible voters can vote at any location (new initiative)
    • Voting is from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Institutional (assisted living facilities, hospitals, seniors' residences)
    • There are 21 designated institutions where Elections Lethbridge will set up voting 
  • At Home
    • If because of a physical disability, you are unable to attend a voting station, you may request to vote at your home on Election Day.  Please make arrangements for this service by Friday, October 15 by calling 311
  • Election results become official on 12 p.m., Friday, October 22

What Voters Need to Know

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​​Voter Identification is required by all voters.  Each voter must produce one piece of identification that establishes both the elector's name and current address.  

A Driver's License or an Alberta Identification Card is acceptable.  Photo identification is not required.

Don't have ID or not sure what's acceptable?
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You are an eligible voter if you:

  • are at least 18 years old
  • are a Canadian Citizen
  • are a resident of the City on Election Day
  • can provide authorized identification

All voters must sign the elector register stating that they meet these qualifications before they will be given a ballot.  This will be available to complete at the polls and will take a maximum of 2 minutes to complete. 

Note:  Landed immigrants and British subjects are not eligible to vote.


At the Voting Stations, Electors must complete an Elector Register form stating they are eligible to vote. You will put your name, address, choice of public or separate school trustee ballot - and sign the form. This will take approximately 2 minutes to complete at the Voting Station.

Should you choose, to save a step at the Voting Station, Electors may download the form in advance and turn in a hard copy at the Voting Station. Electors can vote at any Voting Station during the 2021 Municipal Election.

List of Municipal Candidates

Find out who has filed their nomination papers to run in the 2021 General Election.


Listing of forums can be found here.  All forums may be changed or cancelled due to COVID.  None of the forums are being hosted by the City of Lethbridge.

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