Princeton Aquatic Center

Princeton & District Aquatic Centre Service for Electoral Area 'H' (Princeton Rural) and Town of Princeton

Notices:

Bylaws:

Non-Resident Property Elector Forms:

Advance Voting oppotunities will be held on:

Wednesday, September 14, 2011, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Riverside Centre
148 Old Hedley Road, Princeton, BC

General Voting will be held on:

Saturday, September 24, 2011, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Riverside Centre
148 Old Hedley Road, Princeton, BC

Tulameen Fire Hall
132 - 1st Street, Tulameen, BC


Non-Resident Elector Registration

Non-Resident Electors meeting the requirements above, may register in advance or at the voting place.  However, if you choose to register at the time you vote, you must produce proof that you are the registered owner of the property and that you have consent, in writing, from the majority of all owners to vote as the non-resident elector for the property.

Check with the Regional District for more detailed explanation of registration procedures.

Mail-in Ballot

Electoral Area "H" (Princeton Rural) voters in the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen are eligible to vote using a mail-in ballot if they:

a) Have a physical disability, illness or injury that affects their ability to vote at another voting opportunity

b) If voters expect to be absent from the Regional District on voting day and at the times of all advance voting opportunities

c) Voters who reside in East Gate Manning Park of Electoral Area "H" are eligible to use mail-in ballot, without meeting the above two requirements, as it is remote from the voting places.

Before 4:00 pm September 22, 2011 eligible electors must submit the following information to the Regional District office by mail, telephone, fax or email (info@rdos.bc.ca):

a) Full name

b) Residential address

c) Address of the property in relation to which they are voting (for non-resident electors),

d) Method of delivery of the mail-in ballot package:

1. Pick up at Regional District office, OR

2. Regular lettermail through Canada Post to residential address, OR

3. Regular lettermail through Canada Post to an alternate address provided when requesting the ballot package

e) Electors must indicate whether they will be voting as a resident or non-resident property elector.

f)  Applicants must provide a photocopy of two pieces of identification that together prove who you are and where you live.  One of them must have your signature on it (i.e. Driver's License).

On September 7, 2011 until 4:00 pm, September 22, 2011, mail-in ballot packages will be sent to electors who have submitted a request with the required information as noted above.

Mail-in ballot packages must be received by the Chief Election Officer by the close of the polling station(s) September 24, 2011 at 8:00 pm

Identification:

All electors will be required to produce two pieces of identification that TOGETHER prove who they are and where they live. One of the pieces of identification MUST have a signature on it.

For further information on the bylaws or the voting process, please call either at (250) 492-0237:

Cathy Cowan, Chief Election Officer
Diane Vaykovich, Deputy Chief Election Officer