Regina residents are encouraged to get out and vote Wednesday for the civic and school board election.
Residents must bring their drivers license in order to vote. If you don’t have a drivers license you can bring two pieces of ID.
Jim Nicol, Chief Returning Officer for the City of Regina says people will also need to fill out a voter registration form.
Voting stations are open from 9:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Elections Regina has a complete list of where residents can cast their ballots.
- Saskatchewan students cast their ballots as part of the Student Vote program
- Regina Transit offering free rides on election day
Many Reginans took the opportunity to vote in advance of Wednesday’s civic election.
Advance poll numbers show almost 73-hundred already voted. That is up over 30-percent from the last election four years ago.
Meanwhile, the city is reminding voters they can take the bus to their polling stations.
All they have to do is let the driver know they are voting and the ride to and from the polling station is free.