Absentee Voting

Elections Saskatchewan has updated the website and now has including the application package for absentee voting (Voting by Mail). 

You may access the link directly at http://www.elections.sk.ca/voters/ways-to-vote/absentee-voter-application.pdf

Please note that voters may now register for absentee ballots.

Vote by mail

If you are away from your constituency during the election, or if it’s more convenient, you can vote by mail. This is a good option for students out of province, snowbirds spending the winter down south, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, or anyone else not in Saskatchewan or your constituency on April 4, 2016. Inmates in a provincial correctional centre may also be eligible to vote as an absentee voter.

To vote by mail, you first apply for an absentee ballot. It’s important to not wait too long to start this process. You need to allow enough time to:

1. Download an application from our website, available here ;

2. Fill it in (you can print it and fill it in by hand, or you can fill it in electronically) and send it back to us along with a copy of your ID and a signed declaration;

3. Wait for a voting kit to arrive to you by mail shortly after the writ drops in early March 2016; and

4. Mark your ballot and mail it back to us, postmarked by 8 p.m. on April 4, 2016.

You can submit your application and a copy of your ID to: 


Elections Saskatchewan 

#301-3303 Hillsdale Street 

Regina, SK   S4S 6W9 

[email protected]

March 15, 2016 at 6:00pm - 9pm