Organisation : Elections Saskatchewan
Facility : Saskatchewan General Election
Province : Saskatchewan
Country : Canada
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Saskatchewan General Election :
For the next general election on April 4, Saskatchewan will be divided into 61 constituencies, an increase of three from the 2011 General Election.
Related : Elections SK Provincial Election : www.electionin.org/1158.html
The boundaries of your constituency have most likely changed since the last election.
ALL ELIGIBLE VOTERS HAVE THE RIGHT TO:
** Ask for assistance marking your ballot if you are unable to do so;
** Ask your employer for three consecutive hours off work to vote if your work schedule does not provide for three consecutive hours while the voting places are open;
** Be registered on the voters list as a voter;
** Decline your ballot and have it recorded as such;
** Have an interpreter assist you;
** Keep your vote secret;
** Request a new ballot if you accidentally damage or destroy the one you have been given;
** Request instruction on how to mark and fold the ballot;
** Request to vote immediately outside the voting place if you are physically unable to enter the voting place;
** Review your own information on the voters list and apply for revisions;
** Vote if you are waiting in line when the voting place closes, and
** Vote privately and free of interference.
If you have any questions about how Elections Saskatchewan protects your rights, please email email@example.com or call toll-free at 1-877-958-8683.
Saskatchewan residents who are now studying outside the province are eligible to vote, as are students from out of province who are now studying in Saskatchewan.
What is Elections Saskatchewan? :
Elections Saskatchewan is the province’s independent, impartial, professional election management body. Given a mandate from the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, it organizes, manages and oversees provincial electoral events, including the April 4 general election.
What is a constituency? :
A constituency is the geographic area that each Member of the Legislative Assembly represents. For the next general election on April 4, Saskatchewan will be divided into 61 constituencies.
What was the voter turnout in previous Saskatchewan elections? :
Recent voter turnout is as follows :
** 2011 general election 66.69%
** 2007 general election 76.02%
** 2003 general election 70.95%
** 1999 general election 65.50%
Are liquor stores and hotel vendors open on election day? :