July 25, 2023 – A total of 14 candidates filed nomination papers with Elections SK by today’s 2 p.m. deadline in the constituencies of Regina Coronation Park, Lumsden-Morse, and Regina Walsh Acres.

Provincial by-elections are underway in these three constituencies. Voting will be held August 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10. The list of officially nominated candidates:

Regina Coronation Park:

  • Noor Burki, New Democratic Party (N. D. P.)
  • Olasehinde Ben Adebayo, Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan
  • Kendra Anderson, Saskatchewan Green Party
  • Riaz Ahmad, Saskatchewan Party
  • Reid Hill, Sask Progress


  • Les Guillemin, Buffalo Party of Saskatchewan
  • Kaitlyn Stadnyk, New Democratic Party (N. D. P.)
  • Isaiah Hunter, Saskatchewan Green Party
  • Blaine McLeod, Saskatchewan Party
  • Jon Hromek, Saskatchewan United Party

Regina Walsh Acres:

  • Jared Clarke, New Democratic Party (N. D. P.)
  • Rose Buscholl, Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan
  • Joseph Reynolds, Saskatchewan Green Party
  • Nevin Markwart, Saskatchewan Party

August 1 is Vote by Mail application deadline

Deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is August 1. As of today, 370 vote by mail applications have been approved by Elections SK. Voters can apply online at votebymail.elections.sk.ca or by calling 1-877-958-8683.

Where Do I Vote online tool is live

In addition to the voter information cards, registered voters can find where to vote by searching at www.elections.sk.ca/wdiv. After a voter enters their home address, this online search tool provides all voting week location options and where to vote on the last day of voting.

When will ballots be counted? Timelines in an infographic here.

Election workers

Nearly all election jobs have been filled, with a few exceptions in Lumsden-Morse for August 10 only. Roughly 150 election workers are normally needed per constituency to administer an election. However, with the alternate procedures of voter information card scanners, electronic poll books, and vote counting equipment in place for these three events, only 29 election workers are needed in each of Regina Coronation Park and Regina Walsh Acres, and 73 workers in Lumsden-Morse.

Voter Information Cards in the mail

A total of 36,757 voter information cards for the three by-elections are now in the Canada Post mail stream. These cards let voters know where to vote with details about dates, times, and locations. Eligible voters may also register in-person at a voting location.

Elections Saskatchewan (ESK) is the province’s nonpartisan election management body and an independent office of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. ESK directs and supervises the administration of provincial electoral events including Saskatchewan’s next general election, scheduled, by legislation, for October 28, 2024. Information for voters, workers, media, candidates, and parties at www.elections.sk.ca.

For more information contact:

Tim Kydd
Senior Director, Outreach & Communications
Elections Saskatchewan
[email protected]