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19 September 2022

Deadline to apply for voting at home!

Do you want to vote in the election but you’re unable to move about for health reasons? Don’t wait! Today is the last day to apply to vote at home. If he or she applies to do so, your caregiver can also apply for entry on the list of electors, make changes to his or […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

18 September 2022

Provincial elections: Who should I vote for?

Nomination papers are now being accepted in your electoral division. To make an informed decision, you need to be informed. Here are some things to consider as you decide which candidate to vote for. For complete election information, visit our website at www.elections.quebec. On October 3, let’s reverse the trend. Let’s all vote.

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

16 September 2022

Impaired mobility: Check online to see if your election day polling place is accessible

All advance polling places are accessible. This is also true of almost all election day polling places. Mobility impaired persons can easily check online to see if their election day polling place meets their needs. You simply need to enter your postal code on the When and where to vote page. Please contact your returning […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

15 September 2022

Provincial elections: Where and when to vote

You can now check where and when you can vote. If you are a mobility impaired person, you can also verify the accessibility of your election day polling place. For complete election information, visit our website at www.elections.quebec. On October 3, let’s reverse the trend. Let’s all vote.

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

13 September 2022

Last chance to apply for entry on the list of electors or to change your entry

There are only a few days left to submit an online application for entry on the list of electors or to change your entry. Don’t wait! You only have until September 19. Between September 19 and September 29, you can appear in person before the board of revisors. See your notice of entry for the […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

12 September 2022

People self-isolating due to COVID-19 can now order a postal voting kit

Given the current risk of transmission of the virus, people who need to self-isolate due to COVID-19 are eligible to vote by mail. Anyone in this situation can order a postal voting kit any time between now and election day (October 3). Refer to our web page for complete details on this topic. On October […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

10 September 2022

Provincial Elections: You may be eligible to vote at home

If you are unable to move about for health reasons, you can do the following from home: Apply for entry on the list of electors or change your entry Vote in an advance poll Your caregiver can also do so. You have until September 19 to contact your returning officer and apply. For more information […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

9 September 2022

The ABCs of political financing and the control of election expenses

A provincial election period has been underway since August 29. During this period, special rules apply to political financing and the control of election expenses. For example, did you know that neither citizens nor businesses can spend money to promote or oppose the election of a candidate during the election period? In addition, all election […]

Categories: Financing, expenses, and contributions, General election, Provincial

7 September 2022

Provincial elections: To vote, you need to be entered on the list of electors

Make sure your name is on the notice of entry you received in the mail or confirm your entry online. If necessary, you have until September 19 to submit an online application for entry or to change your entry. You also have the option of appearing in person before the board of revisors by September […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

5 September 2022

Fraudulent text messages

Fraudulent text messages are currently circulating. These messages do not come from Elections Quebec. The Election Act prohibits paying an elector to vote. Élections Québec never sends unsolicited text messages inviting you to click on a link and enter your banking information. If you receive a text message that appears to come from our institution […]

Categories: General election, Laws and regulations, Provincial, Voting