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Additions to the Voters List and/or Personal Security Protection Requests

POSTED: Tuesday, January 7, 2020 | 10:41 am

In accordance with Section 36 of The Municipal Councils and School Boards Election Act (MCSBEA), the Rural Municipality of Woodlands Voters List is open for changes or revisions. 

  •                      Any person who is eligible to vote in municipal elections in the Local Authority of Rural Municipality of Woodlands can have his or her name added to the Voters List, or have any information about the voter on the Voters List corrected.
  •                       Any person can request to have his or her name and address obscured from the Voters List.

             A person whose name has been obscured will receive a Personal Security Certificate and identification number.  That person may only vote by Sealed Envelope Ballot and cannot vote in person at the regular or advance voting places.

 To implement the above, a written request must be submitted to the Senior Election Official, in person, by e-mail, fax or mail to:

 Rural Municipality of Woodlands, 57 Railway Avenue. PO Box 10. Woodlands, MB  R0C 3H0

Phone: (204) 383-5679

Fax: (204) 383-5169

E-mail: admin@rmwoodlands.ca 

The next General Election takes place in October, 2022

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