Every mail-in ballot elector must have his or her name on the list of electors.
Electors wishing to cast their ballots by mail must complete an Application for Registration form which requires the following elector information: Name, Civic Address, Present mailing address, Telephone Number, Date of Birth, Sex and signature. Also, a copy of an official document showing your name, address, date of birth and signature, such as a driver's license or a combination of two documents providing the same information.
The deadline for submitting an Application for Registration for mail-in ballot for the October 3, 2011 Provincial General Election has passed.
When an elector's Application for Registration for mail-in ballot has been accepted, that elector may only vote by mail-in ballot.
Mail-in ballots will be couriered from Elections PEI's office to the elector on the 12th day before ordinary polling day.
Mail-in ballots must be returned to the Chief Electoral Officer's Office by noon on ordinary polling day. Costs incurred in returning the ballot paper are the responsibility of the elector.
You are advised to check the cost of mail or courier from your location to Prince Edward Island before submitting an Application for Registration to ensure that you are able to bear the cost to meet this deadline (courier costs can range from $10 to $50 or more, depending on your location).
The following electors are eligible to vote by Mail-in Ballot:
Qualifications for Mail-in ballot elector are: