Register and request a mail-in ballot from now until October 30, 2020.
All mail-in ballot requests must be accompanied by:
- Completed Voter’s Registration Form/Application for Mail-in Ballot Voter
- Witness Declaration form
- Copies of your government-issued ID or 2 other pieces of ID
There are 5 ways you can apply:
- Online: Use the online form at the bottom of the page here to apply. Then upload a completed witness declaration form and a digital photo or photocopy of your government-issued photo ID or two other pieces of ID.
- Email: Complete and email the full voting package to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a digital photo or scan of your government-issued photo ID or two other pieces of ID.
- By Mail: Print out the voting package. Complete and mail, along with a photo or photocopy of your government-issued photo ID or two other pieces of ID to Election Office at 226 Cardinal Crescent, Saskatoon, S7L 6H8.
- In Person, by Appointment: at the Election Office at 226 Cardinal Crescent from now until November 8, 2020. Print out the voting package. Complete and bring with you, along with your government-issued photo ID or two other pieces of ID.
- If you do not have access to the internet or a printer and would like to apply for a mail-in ballot application, contact the Election Office to schedule a time to pick up a printed application package.
After you apply:
Once submitted, a voting ballot package will be mailed out after mid-October.
Complete the ballot and mail it to the Election Office.
Mail-in ballots must be received at the civic election office at 226 Cardinal Crescent before 8:00 pm on Election Day, November 9, in order to be counted.
Important note: Once you have applied for, and received your mail-in ballot, you can only send it in by mail or drop it off at the Elections Office. You cannot put it into a ballot box at any of the other locations.