Mail-In Ballot Voting Option
Vote by mail? Yes you can. We expect many eligible voters to choose this convenient and safe voting option.
Apply online from August 5 to October 30, 2020.
Apply in-person by appointment from August 5 to November 8, 2020.
To apply for your mail-in ballot package, you must complete the voter registration and mail-in ballot application form (below). You also need a person to witness your signature when completing the application. Any eligible voter in the 2020 Saskatoon civic election can be a witness.
Your mail-in voting package will arrive in the mail in mid-October along with a ballot and self-addressed, stamped envelope so you do not have to pay postage. Mail-in ballots must be received at the civic election office (226 Cardinal Crescent) before 8:00 pm on Election Day, November 9, in order to be counted.
Before you begin the application have the following documents and steps completed:
- Print and complete the voter and witness declaration form
- Digital picture or photocopy of one piece of government-issued ID that contains your photograph and your name and address or two pieces of otherwise acceptable forms of identification
Do you know your ward? Locate the ward which you are voting in by using our ward finder.
- Silverspring, University Heights Development Area, and U of S Lands - North Management Area will vote in ward 5
- Wildwood will vote in ward 8
- Eastview will vote in ward 9
- Brevoort Park will vote in ward 6
Unable to use the online form to apply for your mail-in ballot package? Here's a list of alternative options for you:
- E-mail - The voter registration and mail-in ballot application package can be printed, completed and e-mailed to the Election Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. All required documents must accompany the completed registration and application forms.
- Mail - The voter registration and mail-in ballot application package can be printed, completed, and mailed to the Election Office at 226 Cardinal Crescent, Saskatoon, S7L 6H8. All required documents must accompany the completed registration and application forms.
- In-person at the election office by appointment only - Print and complete the voter registration form and mail-in ballot application ahead of time to make your experience quicker. You will be required to show a government issued photo ID or another acceptable form of identification.
If you do not have 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.
The Election Office is taking precaution to ensure safe physical distancing and sanitizing measures are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
Access to the election office is by appointment only in order to protect the public and election staff. Request an appointment by phone 306-657-8683 (VOTE) or by email email@example.com.