March 2, 2020 – Elections Saskatchewan reminds eligible voters to update their voter information today in advance of the 2020 provincial election.

“While most Saskatchewan voters are already on our voters list, we may not have their most current information,” says Dr. Michael Boda, Chief Electoral Officer of Saskatchewan. “If you have moved recently or changed your name, now is the time to update that information through our online portal or by calling us. With your up-to-date information, Elections Saskatchewan can ensure that you receive your voter information card prior to election day.”

For the first time in a Saskatchewan election, voters can choose how they want to receiver their voter information card. Through our registration portal (, voters can choose to get their card by text or email instead of a printed card in regular mail.

“This is an exciting and convenient innovation for Saskatchewan voters. It takes advantage of the increased use of smartphones in the daily lives of voters. By clicking on the link in the text message or in their email inbox, you will be able to access a pdf version of your card.”

Saskatchewan’s 29th General Election is fixed in legislation for October 26, 2020 unless held earlier due to a dissolution of the Legislative Assembly by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.[1]

To vote in the 2020 provincial election you must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen;
  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Have lived in Saskatchewan for at least the six months before the day the election is called.

New residents to Saskatchewan, or anyone turning 18 in the near future, can also register as a new voter today at or by calling 1-877-958-8683.

There are an estimated 822,000 eligible voters in Saskatchewan. As of February 1, 2020, there were 812,135 names on Saskatchewan’s voters list.

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 the 2020 provincial election.

Information for voters, workers, media, candidates and parties at

For more information contact:

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

[1] See The Legislative Assembly Act, 2007, Sec 8.1(1).