Voter information

ELECTION DAY

Election Day is October 18, 2021 and voting stations in Brazeau County will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Each division will have at least one voting station for voters in that area to cast their ballot. On Election Day voters must cast their ballot in the division where they live.

VOTING STATIONS

The location of voting stations is determined by the Returning Officer. Voting stations for the 2021 Municipal Election in Brazeau County are listed below. On Election Day voters must cast their ballots at one of the voting stations in their division. Brazeau County has created an interactive map to assist residents in determining where they are eligible to vote on Election Day. It can be found here.

DIVISION 1
Cyn-City Saloon – 4834 53 Ave., Cynthia
Easyford Hall – 8502 Twp Rd 501

DIVISION 2
Lodgepole Hall – 4501 52 Ave., Lodgepole
Violet Grove Hall – 4706 50 Ave., Violet Grove

DIVISION 3
Brazeau County Administration Office – 7401 Twp Rd 494

DIVISION 4
Whitby Hall – 6523 Twp Rd 502

DIVISION 5
Lindale Hall – 5424 Twp Rd 494
Berrymoor 3Bs Centre – 6120 Twp Rd 500

DIVISION 6
Breton Community Centre – 4715 50 Ave., Village of Breton
Buck Creek Hall – 5302 50 Ave, Buck Creek

 

ADVANCE VOTES

Brazeau County is also holding two advance votes for the 2021 Municipal Election. Those unable to attend a voting station on Election Day may attend either of the advance votes regardless of what Division they live in. Advance vote dates and locations are below.

October 6 Advance Vote
Breton Community Centre – 4715 50 Ave., Village of Breton
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

October 14 Advance Vote
Brazeau County Administration Office – 7401 Twp Rd 494
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

VOTER ELIGIBILITY

Voter eligibility is set out in the Local Authorities Election Act. In order to be eligible to vote in the 2021 Municipal Election a person must be:

  • 18 years or older
  • A Canadian citizen
  • Resides in Alberta and the residence is in the local jurisdiction on Election Day.
  • A person is eligible to vote ONLY at a voting station in the division where their residence is located on Election Day.
  • If a person has more than one residence in Alberta they are eligible to vote in only one jurisdiction on Election Day. A residence is considered a place where a person lives, sleeps and a place where when a person is absent, they plan to return to.

VOTER IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Voters are required to show proof of identify and current residence in order to vote in the municipal election.
A list of acceptable identification can be viewed here.

BRAZEAU COUNTY DIVISION MAPS

Click here to see which division you vote in.