Advanced polling stations will be held in Camrose on April 19, 20 and 21 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, 5703-48 Avenue. Use the front 48 Avenue entrance.
If you are voting on Election Day, you must vote at the polling station established for the polling subdivision in which you are ordinarily resident. For city residents, that means voting at the Camrose Community Centre at 4516-54 Street, the Camrose Regional Exhibition, Camrose branch of the Royal Canadian Legion rear entrance, St. Patrick School, Camrose United Church or the Moose Hall.
A person can only have one place of ordinary residence. An ordinary residence is the place where the person lives and sleeps and to which, when the person is absent from it, the person intends to return. Voters must be at least 18, a Canadian citizen and have lived in Alberta for at least six months.
You can find out where you vote by going to the Where Do I Vote web site, www.elections.ab.ca or by calling the Voter Information Centre at 1-877-422-8683 (toll-free outside of Edmonton). The Camrose number is 780-678-2491.
Nominated candidates at the close of nominations were: Owen Chubb, Alberta Liberal Party; Mike Donnelly, Evergreen Party; Bruce Hinkley, Alberta New Democrats; Trevor Miller, Wildrose; Verlyn Olson, Progressive Conservative Party.
Candidates in the Battle River-Wainwright riding include Amber Greenleese, Alberta Liberal Party; Doug Griffiths, Progressive Conservative Party; Midge Lambert, Alberta Party; Dave Nelson, Wildrose; Terry Zawalski, Alberta New Democrats.
Voters in the Battle River-Wainwright area can phone toll free 1-855-357-7736 or the Wainwright office at 780-842-1721 for more information.
Albertans will also have the opportunity to vote for a member of the Senate who might be appointed to represent the province in Ottawa.
Your choice includes Doug Black of Calgary, Len Bracko of St. Albert, Perry Chahal of Edmonton, William Exelby of Edmonton, David Fletcher of Edmonton, Paul Frank of Calgary, Raymond Germain of Calgary, Rob Gregory of Calgary, Elizabeth Johannson of Edmonton, Vitor Marciano of Calgary, Mike Shaikh of Calgary, Scott Tannas of High River and Ian Urquhart of Edmonton.