Vote it Up releases 2014 campaign video
Put on Your Pants, Go Vote
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All you need is your postal code to find out easily which electoral riding you're in? Follow this link and enter in your 6 digits on the right side of the screen and you're off!
You cannot get sworn in at the polls on voting day, unlike in federal elections? In other words, If you are not on the voters list on election day, you CANNOT vote. To avoid this happening and you are not on the voters list, you must file an application in person with the board of revisors for your electoral division or riding and present two identification documents. One ID document must show your name and date of birth (e.g. health card, passport, birth certificate). The other must contain your name and address (e.g. driver's licence, phone bill, electricity bill). To find out if you are on the voters list, click here.
If you are away from Quebec for the whole election period and will not be returning until after April 7, you CAN vote. But you will have to act fast to register. Click here for instructions from Le Directeur Général des Élections du Québec.
If you are a student, you are now able to vote in your educational institution (university, college or CEGEP) in the upcoming provincial election on April 7. To find out whether your school will have a polling station, visit the list recently released by Le Directeur Général des Élections du Québec.
Are you unsure where your passions, beliefs and values fit in the political landscape? Visit Quebec Votes 2014, a CBC exclusive tool designed to help you learn more about the issues that are important to YOU!
Thanks to the Le Directeur Général des élections du Québec (DGEQ) for its partnership.