Voter Toolkit

How and when to vote

How and when to vote

New Brunswick voters will be going to the polls on on Sept. 22 to elect 49 members to their local councils, district education councils and regional health authorities.

CBC New Brunswick's Voter Toolkit is a list helpful links and contact information to make the voting process easier.

Registered political parties

Progressive Conservative Party

Liberal Party

New Democratic Party

Green Party of New Brunswick

People's Alliance of New Brunswick

Elections New Brunswick

Elections NB home page
Election calendar
List of electors
Local Returning Office contact numbers
Voter accessibility and accommodation
Young voters 

How to contact Elections New Brunswick

(506) 453-2218

When are advance polling days?

Elections New Brunswick will be holding two days of advance polling on: Sept. 13 and 15.

What do you need to bring on voting day?

Elections New Brunswick sent out Voter Information Cards to people on the list of electors. When you show up to a polling station, you can bring your Voter Information Card. Bringing that card is the fastest way to vote. 

If you are not on the list of electors, you will need to be added before you can vote.

What time can I vote on Sept. 22?

Polling stations will be open from 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on election day.

Elections New Brunswick says all employees are to be provided three consecutive hours off work while the polls are open so they can vote.