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How to vote in the 2023 Prince Edward Island general election

How to vote in the 2023 Prince Edward Island general election

  1. We'll walk you through things, step-by-step. Make sure to fill out everything you can!
  2. Then, we'll draw up your full plan to vote. You can print it, save it as a PDF, or have us send you a reminder text!
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Can you vote?

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You can vote in the District 1: Souris - Elmira election!

Are you registered to vote?

If you're not registered, don't remember registering, or are registered at an old address, you can still register at the polls.

Who are you voting for?

We'll help you decide with 3 easy steps!

Step 1: Compare the party platforms

Step 2: Review the candidate profiles

Step 3: Come back here and choose your pick

Need another look at your options?

Robin Croucher
Amber Dennis
Gordon Gay
Ahava Kálnássy de Kálnás
Boyd Leard

Your pick for MLA

Add a candidate from the list above. Your pick stays on your device.
Your choice

When and where will you vote?

Voting is over for this election.

Are your friends voting?

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Why we're asking you to spread the word

If we want to keep our democracy, we have to use it, even when what we're voting on seems really small and local. And all most people need to go out and vote is a little push from a friend!

Your plan to vote




What to bring

If you're registered to vote:

1 government card with your name and current address.

For example:

  • PEI driver's license
  • PEI Identification Card (Voluntary ID)

Bring your Voter Card too if you can — it'll speed things up!

2 pieces of ID with your name, one of them with your current address.

1 piece of ID with your name; you'll have to take the Oath of Elector.

Be on the safe side: Bring extra ID if you can.
Examples of acceptable ID
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  • Government card:
    • Your PEI Driver's License
    • Your PEI Photographic Identification Card (Voluntary ID)
    • Any other government card with your name and current address
  • Proof of identity:
    • Birth Certificate
    • Canadian Forces ID Card
    • Canadian Passport
    • Firearms Possession / Acquisition License
    • PEI Health Card
    • Hospital ID bracelet
    • Indian Status Card
    • Hunting or Fishing License
    • Band Membership Card
    • Parole Card
    • Student card from a post-secondary institution
    • Veterans Affairs Health Card
  • Proof of identity / residence:
    • Voter Information Card
    • Bank statement
    • Blank cheques with your name imprinted
    • Certificate of Title for a vehicle or residence
    • Credit card statement
    • First Nations Membership ID
    • Government Benefits Statement (EI, OAS, Social Assistance, Disability Support, Child Tax Credit, Workers Compensation, etc.)
    • Income Tax Assessment
    • Insurance policy / certificate
    • Letter from trustee / public guardian
    • Letter of Confirmation of Residence from First Nations Band
    • Letter of Confirmation of Residence or Document of Admission or Statement of Benefits from a long term care facility, seniors' residence, shelter or soup kitchen, or student residence
    • Pay cheque or stub from a government or employer
    • Residential lease
    • Utility bill (power, water, cable)

Your pick for MLA

Robin Croucher Progressive Conservative Party
Amber Dennis Liberal Party
Gordon Gay New Democratic Party
Ahava Kálnássy de Kálnás The Island Party
Boyd Leard Green Party

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