Need to vote early? You can

Voting can be done at any advance polling station, not just Bashaw

If anyone isn’t around their constituency to vote on election day, new rules this time around mean more opportunities to cast your ballot.

Advance polls across Alberta opened on April 8 and will run until April 13 with the big change being that the public can vote at any advance poll regardless of where they live.

For the Camrose riding, there is an advance poll in Bashaw. It will be held at the Bashaw School, however it will only be open on April 13 between noon and 8 p.m.

There are other advance poll locations available in the constituency, though only one is open every day. That polling station is at the Duggan Mall in Camrose and is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. from now until April 13.

A polling station is also at the Augustana campus in Camrose, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., until April 12.

In addition, there are polling stations available in Killam at the seniors centre (April 10, noon to 8 p.m), Hardisty at the legion (April 11, noon – 8 p.m.), Ryley at the legion (April 11, noon – 8 p.m.), at the Forestburg Community Centre (April 12, noon – 8 p.m.) and at the Tofield School (April 12 and 13) from noon to 8 p.m.

For a full list of polling stations across the province as well as information on candidates and to pre-register to vote, visit

On election day, April 16, voters must go to their assigned voting station.

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