Skip to main content

2019 Alberta election resources

Printer-friendly versionPDF version

The Alberta Provincial election is here, so here is a list of things that you can check out on the internet to get more information about how to vote, the parties that are running, what they stand for, and how that might affect you. I am always available to meet with you and help you prepare to vote, whether that is what to do on election day to vote, finding where you will be voting, who the people you have the choice to vote for are, or looking through the promises the parties are making to see which fit best with your views in an unbiased way. Please contact Rachel Janzen if you would like to spend some time looking at your options.


Elections Alberta information about the Election process (not plain language). In the next week there should be information about accessibility at polling stations.

Are you registered to vote? (see if you are already registered to vote, and register to vote if you are not)

Interactive map to find out what riding you live in, and what candidates are running where you live: includes links to candidate websites.

Which party represents you the most?

Alberta Disability Workers Association has some good election resources (includes links to party platforms, the promises they are making):

An event where party representatives will be talking about their views on issues that affect people with disabilities (April 8th):

“Your vote matters” workshops: There are three workshops to choose from, Thursday March 28 at 4:30 pm, Tuesday April 2 at 4:15 pm and Tuesday April 9 at Noon.


Election Day is Tuesday April 16, 2019

The Advance Poll Days are:

Tuesday, April 9
Wednesday, April 10
Thursday, April 11
Friday, April 12
Saturday, April 13