Elections Nova Scotia

Election Day - Web Issue Resolved & delays in two electoral districts

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Update - Poll hours extended in two locations, and results delayed two electoral districts.
Update- Web Tool Issue Now Resolved


UPDATE: As a result of the delays reported earlier, election results reporting for Truro-Bible Hill electoral district will commence at 8:30pm, and for Halifax-Chebucto electoral district will commence at 8:15pm.  

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Update - Poll hours in two locations - Web Tool Issue

Update - Poll hours extended in two locations.
Update- Web Tool Issue


UPDATE: As a result of the delays reported earlier, election results reporting for Truro-Bible Hill electoral district will commence at 8:30pm, and for Halifax-Chebucto electoral district will commence at 8:15pm.  

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May 30, 2017
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Poll hours extended in two locations. Web Tool Issue bring worked on.

Poll hours extended in two locations.
Web Tool Issue

 

Web Tool Issue

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May 30, 2017
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Signs and Advertising on Election Day

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Am I entitled to three hours off work to vote?

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Am I entitled to three hours off work to vote?

Yes, by law you are entitled to have three consecutive hours available to vote while polls are open on election day. That is within reason, as the time you take must respect your employer’s needs.

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Public Opinion Polls: Be Aware Before You Share

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Public Opinion Polls: Be Aware Before You Share

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Why is my vote secret?

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Why is my vote secret?    

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Accessible Polling Locations

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Accessible Polling Locations

While we aim to have all voting locations accessible for all eligible electors, this is not always achievable because of the tight timeline we work within and the availability of accessible spaces to rent.

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Questions for Elections Nova Scotia?

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Questions for Elections Nova Scotia?

As an elector, you may have questions during the election period and are unsure as to where to get answers. Some questions, such as where to vote, what ID to bring, or regulations on election advertising signage can be easily found on electionsnovascotia.ca. While others may not be so easily answered, that is why Elections Nova Scotia is open daily and can be reached at 800-565-1504. Hard of hearing? Call TTY 866-774-7074.

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What should you bring when you go to vote?

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What should you bring when you go to vote?

If you are registered on the List of Electors then you should have received a Voter Information Card (VIC) in the mail. This card has all the information you need, such as the address for your polling location. If you are not registered on the List of Electors you can still visit a polling station and be registered on that day and vote.

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