The City of Abbotsford has built a useful section on the City website with all of the information you will need in order to exercise your franchise on Saturday.
To find out more about your candidates, the province of BC has built a website [Civicinfobc]devoted to providing you as much information as possible through links and connections to your candidates.
Municipal Election 2014
2014 Local Government Elections
The next Local Government Election will take place on Saturday, November 15, 2014. The citizens of Abbotsford will elect one Mayor, eight Councillors and seven School Trustees for Abbotsford School District #34.
- 2014 Election Results
- All Candidates Meetings
- Declaration of Candidates
- Election Workers Application
- Voter Notification Card FAQ’s
- Information for Voters
- Information for Candidates
- Previous Election Results
- Local Election FAQ’s
Further to the February 25, 2014 announcement by the Minister of Community, Sport and Culture Development, the City of Abbotsford will hold elections every four (4) years, in accordance with the Local Government Act. In order to vote in the Municipal election, please visit Elections BC.
Information for Voters
To qualify to vote, you must meet age and residency requirements, as set out by the Local Government Act (LGA).
- Are You On the Voters List?
- Find Your Voting Place
- Voter Qualifications
- Advance Voting Opportunities
- Voting Divisions (Locations and Voter Notification Cards
- Voters Guides (multiple languages)
- Assistance for Voters
For more information, contact:
Tel: 604-851-VOTE (8683)
Find Your Voting Place
Please note: If you have recently moved and did not update your address with Elections BC your Voting Card may direct you to the Voting Place associated with your former address.