Throughout Alberta's history, the rules have changed several times that outline who can and cannot vote in a provincial election.
Currently, you are eligible to vote in a provincial election so long as you meet the following requirements:
The following persons are not eligible to vote:
Returning Officers (except to break a tie at the official count or judicial recount);
Persons disqualified from voting under the Elections Act;
Persons who have been convicted of offenses and on polling day are serving their sentences in a correctional facility, excluding persons sentenced to terms of imprisonment of 10 days or less or for the non-payment of fines.
Learn more about the history of the vote in Alberta !
For more information about voting procedure and rules, consult the Election Act available at the Queen's Printer Bookstore .