Three advance polls open in Red Deer – Red Deer Advocate
Advance polls are open for the Red Deer municipal election.
Voters who wish to vote for mayor, council and school trustees before the October 18 election can stop by any of the three polling stations from October 4 to 16, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Local advance polls are at:
– The Baymont by Wyndham Hotel in the Piper Creek Room, 4311-49th Ave.
– Parkland Mall, Unit 458, 6359-50th Ave.
– Westerner Park: Marquis Room at Harvest Center, 4847A-19th St.
Approximate wait times (as posted on the elections.reddeer.ca website) were five minutes Monday morning.
In addition to voting for a mayor, eight trustees and trustees (seven for the public council or five for the Catholic council), voters in Alberta will be invited to answer two provincial referendum questions and choose candidates for the Senate.
The referendum questions are:
“Do you want Alberta to switch to daylight saving time all year round, which is daylight saving time, eliminating the need to change our clocks twice a year? “
And “Should section 36 (2) of the Constitution Act, 1982 – the commitment of the Parliament and the Government of Canada to the principle of equalization payments – be deleted from the Constitution? “
There are 13 candidates for the Senate (and up to three can be chosen). They are: Erika Barootes, Conservative Party of Canada; Rick Bonnett, independent; Pam Davidson, Conservative Party of Canada; Doug. A Horner, independent; Duncan Kinney, independent; Kelly Lorencz, People’s Party of Canada; Mykhailo Martyniouk, Conservative Party of Canada; Ann McCormack, People’s Party of Canada; Jeff Nielsen, independent; Karina Pillay, independent; Chad Jett Thunders Saunders, Independent; Sunil Sookram, independent; Nadine R. Wellwood, People’s Party of Canada.