To vote, you need to show identification, or ID.
There are more than 50 ID documents that fall under Saskatchewan’s acceptable ID list. As well as a few options.
Here are three options you have for proving your identity and address at the voting place:
- Show one piece of ID with your photo, name and address. It must be issued by a government agency (e.g. driver’s licence)
- Show two valid original documents. Both pieces must have your name. One must also have your address. (e.g. health card and a utility bill).
- See a complete list of acceptable ID.
- Swear an oath and have an eligible voter vouch for your identity and place of ordinary residence (e.g. a neighbour, roommate).
- The person vouching for you must be an eligible voter who has valid authorized identification.
- This person can only vouch for one person.