Voting day in Saskatchewan isn’t until April 4th.
But if you want to vote early or will not be around come voting day, advance polls open Tuesday.
The advanced polling runs until April 2.
Elections Saskatchewan spokesperson Tim Kydd says if the federal election was any indication, expect a good portion of people to get their vote in the provincial election done before April 4th.
Kydd says quite a few of the 815-thousand eligible voters used the advance voting in the federal election.
He says there are 170 polling stations open across Saskatchewan, and to find your polling station, look for the address on your voter information card.
Kydd says voters will need to bring a piece of government issued ID with both your name and address, such as a drivers license, which 80-percent of registered voters have.
However, if you don’t have a license, Kydd says you need to bring two pieces of ID, both need to have your name and one must have an address.
Advance voting is open from 3-10 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, and from noon until 7 p.m. on April 2nd.
You can check if you are registered to vote online or by calling 1-877-958-8683.