Request your Mail in Ballot by Tuesday September 14th!
Our Connie Cody Campaign wants you to be informed and able to VOTE, and if you are feeling uncertain about going to a poll there is always a mail in ballot. You need to Request a Mail in Ballot from Elections Canada, and you can click the link below to access the page. Scroll to the bottom of the page and follow the button prompts to request. If you have any further questions, please read our FAQ below or Contact Us at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions about Mail In Ballots:
How do I request a mail in ballot?
You can request a mail in ballot online from Elections Canada at https://www.elections.ca/content2.aspx?section=vote&dir=app&document=indexapp&lang=e
Can I request a mail in ballot without going online?
You can request a mail in ballot in person from your local returning office. However, if you visit your local returning office it is easier to simply vote in person via special ballot.
What is the deadline to request a mail in ballot?
The deadline to request a mail in ballot is Tuesday, September 14th. Bear in mind that it will be delivered by Canada Post so it is important to request your mail in ballot as soon as possible.
What should I write on my ballot?
You must write the name of your nominated candidate, Connie Cody. Ballots with “CPC”, “Conservative”, “Erin O’Toole”, etc. will not count.
How do I put my ballot package together?
Your marked ballot (where you have written Connie Cody’s name) goes in Envelope A (Inner Envelope). Envelope A goes inside Envelope B (Outer Envelope). Sign the declaration on the outside of Envelope B. Envelope B goes inside Envelope C (Return Envelope). The package is postage paid, so you do not need a stamp.
What do I do if I’m worried my ballot will not be received by September 20?
If you are concerned that your mail in ballot will not be received on time you can take it to your local returning office on or before election day, or to a polling station in your riding on election day. All ballots must be received by the close of polls on election day.
Will our campaign be able to help our supporters request mail in ballots?
The campaign cannot register on someone’s behalf, but we can provide assistance. Please reach out if you need help!
What kind of ID is required to request a mail in ballot?
Elections Canada has a list of acceptable ID (and combinations of ID) available at
Can I use a photo of my ID instead of a scan?
Yes, a photo of your ID is acceptable. If you are using a combination of ID (eg. birth certificate and bank statement) you must upload each photo or scan as a separate file.
Can I track my request for a ballot/track receipt of my ballot?
When you register to vote by mail, you will be assigned a reference number to track the approval of your application and its progress at https://ereg.elections.ca/eStatus.aspx?lang=e. When you have mailed your ballot back, you can track its receipt using the same number and form. You will not receive notifications.
Where can I drop off my mail in ballot in person?
You can drop off your mail in ballot at your local returning office, or at a polling station in your riding before the close of voting on election day (September 20). You cannot take your ballot to an advance poll.
Can someone else take my completed ballot to the returning office or to a polling location?
You can ask someone else to take your ballot on your behalf.
Can I request a replacement ballot?
If you need a replacement ballot kit, contact Elections Canada at 1-800-463-6868 before Tuesday, September 14, 6:00 PM EDT.
Will campaigns have scrutineers present at the mail in ballot count?
Yes, campaigns will be allowed to scrutineer the counting of mail in ballots. The counting will begin on Tuesday, September 21 and, depending on the volume, may be done over several days.
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