Election Day is October 26, 2020

Interested in voting by mail in the October 2020 provincial election?
You can! Start the application process today. Deadline to apply is October 15, 2020.


Voting by mail is a two-step process.

First step – Apply to vote by mail

Complete an application for a vote by mail ballot. There are 2 ways to apply:

1. Online

Fast and easy. Apply online to request a vote by mail kit. Complete your application online and upload a copy of your ID (see Acceptable ID table below)

2. By Mail

Begin by downloading a copy of this form:

Fill it in and then return to us either by scanning and emailing to [email protected], or physically mailed or personally deliver to:

Elections Saskatchewan
#301-3303 Hillsdale Street
Regina, SK  S4S 6W9

If you do not have access to a printer, request a mailed copy by calling 1-877-958-8683 Monday to Fridays between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Step 2

Second step – Watch for your voting kit

Once your application is approved, watch your mailbox for a voting kit.  Voting kits will be mailed out starting September 29.

Inside the kit is a ballot to mark and a postage-paid return envelope. Use this envelope to mail your completed ballot back to Elections Saskatchewan at the above address.

Acceptable ID

You need to show ID that confirms your name and address before you get a ballot. You have 2 options for ID:
1. A valid Driver’s License or Saskatchewan non-driver photo ID, or other Government Issued ID that has your name, photo and current address. If you use your Driver’s License for ID, you do not need a second piece of ID.
2. Submit 2 pieces of ID. At least one must be from the Government Issued ID list below. The other must be from the Secondary Proof of Identity and Address below.

Government Issued ID

  • Birth Certificate
  • Canadian Forces ID
  • Canadian Passport
  • Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) ID
  • Canadian Citizenship Certificate or Card
  • Driver’s Licence
  • Firearms Possession Licence
  • Fishing, Trapping, Hunting Licence
  • Government Employee ID Card
  • Indian or Métis Status Card
  • Nexus Trusted Traveler Card
  • Old Age Security (OAS) Card
  • Other Government Issued ID (Federal, Provincial, Municipal, Indian Band)
  • Parole Card
  • Pleasure Craft Operators License
  • Saskatchewan Health Card
  • Saskatchewan non-driver photo ID
  • Veterans Affairs Health Card

Secondary Proof of Identity & Address

  • Admission Form (Shelter, Student, Seniors Residence)
  • Attestation of Residence
  • Bank Statement
  • Blank Cheque with the Voter’s Name
  • Certificate of Title
  • Cheque (Government, Municipality, School Division, Indian Band)
  • Credit Card Statement
  • Crop Insurance Statement
  • Court Document
  • Employer Paycheque
  • Government Benefits Statement (Employment Insurance, OAS, Social Assistance, Disability Support, Child Tax Benefit, Workers’ Compensation)
  • Income Tax Assessment
  • Insurance Policy
  • Letter of Authorization from a First Nations Band
  • Letter of Stay (Shelter, Student, Seniors Residence)
  • Mortgage or Lease Statement
  • Pension Statement
  • Post-Secondary Mail
  • Property Tax Assessment
  • Public Guardian or Trustee Letter
  • Utility Bill (telephone, power, cable)
  • Vehicle Registration
  • Voter Registration Card
  • Voter Registration Card from a Saskatchewan municipality

Address Lookup

Urban residents:

Enter your full street address.

Rural residents:
  1. Enter the nearest city/town, reserve or land location.
    Example: "Watrous", "Piapot First Nation", "11-26-05 w3"
  2. Select a location on the map to place a pin.

Remember: Use your home address when looking up your constituency or place to vote.

Select a point on the map to show information for that location.

Your address is close to a poll boundary.
Please double-check the location of the pin in order to get accurate information.

Vote your way.

The provincial election is October 26, 2020. You only vote once, and you have options for when and where to vote:

1. In person on election day. Your voter information card will detail your assigned voting location for October 26. Election day is the last day to vote. Polls on election day are open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

2. In person during advance voting. There are 5 days, or 40 hours, in total of advance voting to be held prior to October 26. Your voter information card will detail the recommended polling location for you. Advance voting polls are open from Noon to 8 p.m.

3. Vote by mail. All voters are eligible to vote by mail. This is a two-step process that involves applying for a vote by mail ballot. Apply today! All details can be found here.

Information for voters:

Candidates (unofficial until nominations close)

COVID-19 and the election (How we’re making voting safer)

Proclamations (TBD)

Register to vote

Returning Offices (TBD)

Shareable tools (ads, guides, photos, posters)

Ways to vote (vote by mail, advance voting, election day)

Who can vote and ID options

Information for candidates, business manages and political parties:

CEO Communiques to Chief Official Agents

Forms and Guides

Constituency maps (basic, poll key, shapefile)

Information for media:

Advance voting turnout (historical)

Logos, videos, photos (all for media use)

Media releases