Election Day is October 26. You can vote in person on Election Day. Polls will be open from Polls are open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Your voter information card will detail the recommended polling location for you.
What to bring with you
You need to show ID that confirms your name and address before you get a ballot. You have 3 options for ID:
- Driver’s Licence. A valid driver’s licence, or other government-issued ID, that has your name, photo and current address.
- Two pieces of ID. Both must show your name and at least 1 shows your current address. There are 50+ options in the list below.
- Another voter can vouch for you. No ID? An eligible voter (who knows you) and is assigned to the same voting location, may vouch for one voter.
50+ acceptable ID options:
Proof of Identity
Canada Border Services Agency ID
Canadian Blood Services Donor Card
Canadian Forces ID
CIC Citizenship Card
CNIB ID Card
Driver’s Licence (Saskatchewan)
Firearms Possession Licence
Fishing, Trapping, Hunting Licence
Government Employee Card
Health Card (Saskatchewan)
Indian Status Card
Métis Nation Status Card
Old Age Security (OAS) Card
Other ID (Government, Municipality, School Division, Indian Band)
Pleasure Craft Operators Licence
Passport of a Foreign State
Radio Operator Card
Social Insurance Card
Student Card from Post-Secondary Institution
Veterans Affairs Health Card
Voter Information Card
Proof of Identity and Address
Admission Form (Shelter, Student, Seniors Residence)
Attestation of Residence
Blank Cheque with the Voter’s Name
Certificate of Title
Cheque (Government, Municipality, School Division, Indian Band)
Credit Card Statement
Crop Insurance Statement
Government Benefits Statement (Employment Insurance, OAS, Social Assistance, Disability Support, Child Tax Benefit, Workers’ Compensation)
Income Tax Assessment
Letter of Authorization from a First Nations Band
Letter of Stay (Shelter, Student, Seniors Residence)
Mortgage or Lease Statement
Property Tax Assessment
Public Guardian or Trustee Letter
Utility Bill (telephone, power, cable)
Voter Information Card from a Saskatchewan Municipality
What to expect when voting in person
This provincial election will be different than past electoral events in Saskatchewan. Elections SK will have new processes and safety measures in place to protect voters, election workers and candidate representatives at the polls and returning offices. Some things you may notice include:
- Physical distancing in the polls. Voters will be asked to stay 2 metres (6 feet) apart
- Elections SK strongly recommends wearing a mask at the polls
- Hand sanitizer available at all polls
- Surfaces in the polls will be disinfected throughout the day
- Single-use pencils will be provided
- Elections AK recommends that voters who feel unwell on election day should stay home. Avoid not being able to vote by exploring other voting options such as absentee or advance voting.
You can learn more about safety measures being taken here.
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