Election FAQs

Elections Fact Sheets are on the Municipal Affairs Website.

pdf Local Authorities Election Act FAQs (353 KB)

pdf LAEA Information Sheet Campaign Finance (365 KB)

pdf LAEA Information Sheet Clarifying and Technical Amendments (352 KB)

pdf LAEA Information Sheet Voter Accessibility (324 KB)

pdf LAEA Information Sheet Accountability and Transparency (203 KB)

pdf LAEA Information Sheet Third Party Advertising (296 KB)

For Candidates:

Visit the Municipal Affairs website.

For Voters:

When is Election Day?

Election Day is October 18, 2021, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.


Where are the polling stations

Information will be posted here when available.

Do I need to be registered to vote?

No. Lacombe County does not maintain a permanent voting register.


What type of ID will I need to bring?

A list of acceptable forms of ID can be found on the Alberta Municipal Affairs website.


How do I know who is running in my electoral division?

After Nomination Day (September 20) a list of candidates will be listed on the Lacombe County website. 


Can I vote in a division other than my own?


Am I allowed time off work to vote?

Under the Local Authorities Elections Act, you are entitled to 3 consecutive hours to vote. Polls are open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Your regular work schedule may already allow for 3 consecutive hours during the time that the polls are open (9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.). If your workday starts at noon or ends by 5:00 p.m., you have the 3 hours required by legislation and are not entitled to additional time off. If your work schedule does not allow you this time you will need to speak with your employer to schedule 3 hours to vote.


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