Be ready for the May 2023 Provincial General Election. Register to vote today.
- If your registration is up-to-date, you’re ready to vote!
- If your registration is out-of-date, or if you have recently moved or changed your name, you will need to re-register.
- If your ID only lists your mailing address, register to vote with both your physical and mailing address and you can use your ID with your mailing address when you go to vote, saving you the need to dig out other proof of physical address.
- If you have not registered before, you can register now.
Registration takes less than five minutes to complete. To register online:
- If you received a Register to Vote letter in the mail, use your household PIN number and your house access number to update the information for all electors in your household.
- If you didn’t receive a letter, or just want to complete your own registration information, use your Alberta Driver’s Licence or Identification Card number to access your information.
Other registration options:
You may also register by phone. Call us at 1-877-422-8683. Our Provincial Contact Centre is available from 8:15 AM – 8 PM on weekdays and 10 AM to 4 PM on weekends.
You may also register in person at your local returning office between May 2 and 20, or by visiting any of our advance or Election Day voting places.
Future voters are automatically added to the permanent register upon turning 18.
You may also wish to register to vote in federal elections. To register with Elections Canada, please visit their site.
Alberta’s Register of Electors
The following information is collected during the registration process:
- Name – First, Middle and Last
- Address – Residential Address and Mailing Address(if applicable)
- Birth Date
- Gender (OPTIONAL)
- Telephone number (OPTIONAL)
Use and Protection of Information
Data from the register of electors is used to produce the list of electors for each electoral division. The list of electors contains only a portion of the information stored in the Register:
- Name – first, middle and last
- Address – residential address and mailing address (if applicable)
- Telephone number (if provided)
The list of electors is used by election officers at voting locations to maintain the record of who has voted and to add new elector registrations. Access to list information is also available to:
- Registered political parties
- Members of the Legislative Assembly, and
- Electors who wish to see their information
Elections Alberta commits to protecting the privacy of registered electors. Any information we maintain is for electoral purposes only.
The law further limits how we distribute or use your information. Any information we share is subject to physical and electronic safeguards. We trace persons who attempt to misuse such information. Any misuse of information may result in fines up to $100,000, imprisonment for up to one year, or both.