The next municipal election is Saturday, October 20, 2018. Sicamous voters will choose a Mayor and six Councillors to serve on municipal Council for the next four years. Voting will take place in Council Chambers, District Office, 446 Main Street, on:
Advance Voting Day: Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
General Voting Day: Saturday, October 20, 2018, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Automated Vote Counting Machines
In this election for the first time, the District will be using an automated vote counting system.
Find everything you need to know about voting in Sicamous’ upcoming municipal election. Learn about voter qualifications, how to register to vote, identification requirements, and when and where you can cast your ballot.
Information for Voters
Get information about running for Sicamous Council including council member roles and responsibilities, candidate qualifications, and the nomination process. Learn about BC’s election advertising and campaign financing law and Elections BC’s role in overseeing the legislation.
Information for Candidates
Third Party Sponsors & Elector Organizations
Learn about what constitutes third party advertising (third party sponsors) and if your activities are subject to registration and disclosure requirements with Elections BC.
Find out how elector organizations – sometimes called “civic political parties” - formally endorse a candidate (or slate of candidates) and support their election, including by having the elector organization’s name on the ballot.
Information about Third Party Sponsors & Elector Organizations
All public notices about the election will be posted here including information on whose running for office, when and where to vote, and how to register. You will also find notices about running for office including information on who can and can’t hold office, the nomination process and key deadline dates.
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Election Guides & Other Resources
Look here for guides and other educational materials for candidates, voters, third party sponsors and elector organizations. You will also find links to Elections BC, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, and election legislation.
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