Elect Pam Councillor
Who can vote in Municipal Elections?
You qualify to vote if you meet all of the following conditions:
• You are 18 years of age or older and a Canadian citizen on the first advance polling day;
• You have been ordinarily resident in Nova Scotia for 6 months immediately before the first advance polling day;
• You are ordinarily resident in the Halifax Regional Municipality and have been so since immediately before the first advance polling day; and
• You are not otherwise disqualified to vote in the Municipal and School Board Elections.
You can vote on-line and by phone: starting on October 6, 2020
Advanced Polls: October 10 & 13, 2020
Election Day: Saturday, October 17, 2020
You may not be on the list of electors if:
> You’ve recently moved to the municipality
> You’ve recently turned 18
You can learn more by visiting:
halifax.ca/election or call Halifax’s voter help line at 902.490-VOTE (8683)
Can you still vote if you are not on the list of electors?
The answer is YES if:
> you have been a resident of Nova Scotia for at least 6 months prior to October 6, 2020
> a current resident of the municipality as of October 6, 2020
> 18 years or older by October 6, 2020
> a Canadian citizen by October 6, 2020
How can you be added to the list of electors?
There are three ways to be added to the list of electors:
1) Call the voter help line at 902.490.8683 TTY/TDD 902.490.6645
(hours of operation 8:30am-4:30pm, M-F)
2) During the Advanced Polls on October 10 and 13, 2020
3) On Election Day, October 17, 2020