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Voting Period opens for First Nation School Board

October 28 @ 10:00 am

Voting options include mail-in ballots (application to Elections Yukon and ballot to mailed out on Oct 28 if poll to be held), voting in-person at Elections Yukon (business days between 10-AM and 4 PM), and by internet vote (applications to Elections Yukon).

Source: https://electionsyukon.ca/en/sb-vote

Voting on Polling Day is just one of the ways you can vote in the 2022 School Board elections.

To make voting easier, electors have a variety of options, including multiple in-person opportunities, iVote, voting by mail and voting by appointment.

In-person voting

Cast your vote in-person at Elections Yukon, one of nine Early Voting locations (Saturday, November 5) or on Polling Day (Monday, November 7).

When you vote in-person, you will be asked to complete an oath of qualifications.

iVoting (vote by internet)

Electors can apply to iVote from October 28 to November 7.

Voting by mail

Electors can apply for a ballot kit be mailed to them. Applications are open from October 17 to October 27. Alternative voting options should be considered before requesting a ballot kit by mail. Mail delivery times can impact ability to receive and return these ballots.

You can check the status of your mail-in ballot for FNSB using your confirmation code from your application.

Vote by appointment

Housebound electors and others who are not be able to vote by other means may request an appointment with a local Returning Officer from November 2 to November 7.