Taq for Council Vancouver 2018
Check out the plan your vote tool!
Step 1: See if you are on the registered voter’s list:
Step 2: If you aren’t on the list, fill out and print the pre-registration form. DO NOT SIGN THE FORM! You will have to do that in person when you go to vote.
Step 3: Vote in Person during Advanced Voting or Election Day
Bring your un-signed registration form and two pieces of ID with your address and signature to a voting station. Voting takes place in person (or IRL) at voting stations set up at various locations within the City of Vancouver. Last election, there were approximately 100+ voting stations.
Advanced polling dates: 8 am - 8pm October 10 -17th, 2018
Election date: 8am - 8pm Saturday, October 20th, 2018
Step 4: Vote for: up to 10 city councillors, 1 mayor, 7 parks board commissioners, and 9 school board trustees. If you choose more than the maximum amount, your vote will not be counted.
Be 18 years of age or older on general voting day
Be a Canadian citizen
Have lived in BC for at least 6 months immediately before registering to vote
Have lived in Vancouver or owned property registered in your name in Vancouver for at least 30 days immediately before registering to vote
Not be disqualified by law from voting
Taq's note: The motion to allow permanent residents to vote was passed by city council in mid-2018, and sent for further review at the provincial government level. If elected, I will push for permanent residents to have the right to vote.
For information on voting in Surrey, Burnaby, New Westminster, Langley, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam, Delta, and elsewhere type (“how to vote” and “city name”) into Google.