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- Monday, October 18th - 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Locations throughout the County
Advance polling dates:
- Wednesday, October 6th - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
- Wednesday, October 13th - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Cardston County Administrative Offices
In order to vote, you must produce identification for inspection.
The identification must be one or more of
• Government issued photo ID showing name and address or
• Identification as authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer under the Election Act that establishes name and current address
The following is the official candidates list for the 2021 Municipal Election in the County of Cardston. Candidates have 24hrs to give notice in writing of their intention to withdraw their names, after which the nominations become final.
Cardston County uses an electoral division system, which divides the area into 7 pieces. You may only vote for a Councilor in your division. The Reeve and Deputy Reeve are selected internally by Council after the election.
The municipal election will take place October 18, 2021 at polling stations throughout the County.
Candidates for Council:
|NISH, Thomas Nephi
|BULLOCK, Randall (acclaimed)
Eligibility to Vote
You are eligible to vote if you:
are at least 18 years old;
- are a Canadian citizen; and
- your place of residence is located in the local jurisdiction where you are voting on election day (place of residence is defined as where you sleep at night).
See Local Authorities Election Act, Section 47 (Page 35) for eligibility requirements.
Remember to bring identification that shows both your name and current address. See the information below.
In order to vote in the upcoming municipal elections, voters will be required to provide proof of their name and home address. In addition, voters must be Canadian Citizens. The following types of verification meet the standard provincial requirement for one piece of identification.
- Identification issued by a Canadian government, whether federal, provincial or local, or an agency of that government, that contains a photograph of the elector and their name and current address.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence for Tenant Elector issued by the authorized representative of a commercial property management company.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence for Incarcerated Elector issued by the authorized representative of a correctional institution.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence issued by the authorized representative of a First Nations band or reserve.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence for Post-Secondary Student Elector in Residence issued by the authorized representative of a post-secondary institution.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence for Homeless Elector issued by the authorized representative of a facility that provides services to the homeless.
- Proof of Identity and Ordinary Residence for Elector in Long Term Care or Supportive Living Facility issued by the authorized representative of a supportive living facility or treatment centre.
- Supportive Living Facility issued by the authorized representative of a supportive living facility or treatment centre.
- Bank or credit card statement or personal cheque.
- Correspondence issued by a school, college or university.
- Government cheque or cheque stub.
- Income or property tax assessment notice.
- Insurance policy or coverage card.
- Letter from a public curator, public guardian or public trustee.
- Pension plan statement of benefits, contributions or participation.
- Residential lease or mortgage statement.
- Statement of government benefits (for example, employment insurance, old-age security, social assistance, disability support or child tax benefit).
- Utility bill (for example, telephone, public utilities commission, television, hydro, gas or water).
- Vehicle ownership, registration or insurance certificate.
If a voter’s identification shows a post office box number as the address instead of a residential or legal address, it can be accepted as verification of current address if it is in reasonable distance to the voting jurisdiction.
An elected authority could, by bylaw, require additional verification or a combination of verification to establish the person’s specific current address.
See the Voter identification requirements for more information.