Advance voting will take place today, as well as tomorrow for those wanting to vote early.
Voting locations will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and will all be accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Voters can find out where to go in order to vote in advance by consulting the registration notice they received in the mail. They can also consult the Website www.elections.quebec, or call 1 888 ELECTION.
You must present an ID in order to vote. The health insurance card, driver’s license and Canadian passport are among the accepted pieces of identification.
Voters are encouraged to bring the registration notice they received in the mail when voting. Election staff will be able to guide them to the right place more quickly.
Élections Québec invites voters to make sure they’re registered on the list of electors, whiich is essential for voting. During the advance poll and on election day, they’ll not be able to register or change their address on site.
Voters can check if they’re registered by looking at the registration notice they received in the mail at the beginning of September. They can also do it online, or by phone at 1 888 ELECTION.
The deadline to register, or to modify your registration is Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. (S.ST-A./IJL)
translated by Alec Brideau