I’m First Nation and I Vote: How to Vote in the Provincial Election
September 9, 2019
Treaty One Territory, Manitoba
Provincial election day
The date for the provincial election is September 10, 2019
Am I eligible to vote?
You can vote in the Manitoba provincial election if you are:
- a Canadian citizen;
- 18 years of age on or before election day;
- a resident of Manitoba for at least 6 months immediately before election day; and
- in the case of a byelection, a resident of the electoral division
What if I haven’t registered?
Registration is now closed but you can still vote! Just bring the required ID on voting day.
What identification is required to vote?
One piece of government-issued photo ID.
- Driver’s license
- Enhanced Manitoba identification card
- Treaty card
Two documents that include your name.
- Manitoba Health card
- Social Insurance card
- Utility bill
- Credit card
More information on required identification
Where do I vote?
The following resource can help you locate the most convenient location and hours available to vote.
Who are the candidates in my electoral division?
The following link will list all of the candidates in the provincial election. Use the drop down menu to select your riding to determine which candidates you can vote for!
What is my electoral division?
Manitoba is divided into 57 electoral divisions also known as constituencies or ridings. You can find your electoral division by using the interactive map on the elections Manitoba website or by clicking on the following link and entering your postal code.
What is the difference between the federal and provincial elections?
I’m First Nation and I Vote: Provincial and Federal Elections