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Elections Manitoba is committed to accessibility for all Manitoba Voters


The following services and options are available:

Homebound Voting

If you are unable to go in person to a voting place due to a disability, you and/or your caregiver can vote in your home.

Services for people with print disabilities

Braille ballot templates that allow you to mark your ballot on your own are available at all voting places.

A Braille list of candidates will be available on election day and at some advance voting locations. Check with your returning officer for the location nearest you.

Magnifying lenses and a large print list of the candidates will also be available from the voting officer.

You can also bring someone with you to help you vote. They must be 18 years of age or older, and will be required to sign an oath. A voting official may also assist you.

Services to assist people with hearing disabilities

Elections Manitoba can provide an ASL interpreter. This requires advance notice to the returning officer. There is no cost to the voter.

You can also bring someone with you to help you vote. They must be 18 years of age or older, and will be required to sign an oath. A voting official may also assist you.

Personal Security Protection

You can apply to have your personal information omitted or obscured (blacked out) from the voters list (and other election documents) to protect your personal security.

No Permanent Address

You can vote if you do not have a permanent address. If you are staying at a shelter or hostel, you vote in the electoral division in which your shelter is located. Many shelters have voting places set up on election day.

Wherever possible, voting places are accessible to voters with disabilities.

Download our accessibility brochure:

email election@elections.mb.ca | phone 204-945-3225 | 1-866-628-6837

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