Elections

VILLAGE OF CARBON

Vote – 2021

Municipal elections are held every four years where residents must elect five Councillors to a four-year term.

In the Village of Carbon, Council members are elected at large which means the Mayor and Councillors represent the entire population rather than a geographical ward. October 18, 2021, is the next Municipal Election.  The Mayor is elected amongst the newly elected officials at the Organizational Meeting of Council after the elections have concluded.

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Important Dates

  • January 1, 2021, to September 20, 2021 – Nomination Period
  • Nomination Papers will be accepted beginning January 4th, 2021
  • Nominations will close at 12:00 noon local time on September 20, 2021
  • October 18, 2021 – Election Day

VILLAGE OF CARBON COUNCIL NOMINATION

The following persons are running for Village of Carbon Council in the 2021 Election:

OFFICIAL LIST FOR THE 2021 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION:

COUNCILLOR

ANDERSON, Trina
DUNFORD, Deborah *
KADATZ, Bernice
KOOIMAN, Marie
LOMOND, Michelle *
McHUGH, Brian
O’BRIEN, Renee *
PEEVER, Bryan *

Incumbents are marked with an *

Candidate Nomination Information

Voter information

To be eligible to vote, an elector must be

18 years old;
A Canadian Citizen;
A resident in Alberta; and
The elector’s place of residence must be located in the local jurisdiction on election day for municipal voting (Section 47 of the Local Authorities Election Act)

Election Day: October 18, 2021
Voting Location: Carbon Community Centre
Voting Address: 718 Glengarry Street, Carbon, AB  T0M 0L0
Voting Time: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Voting Identification: Government issued photo ID and proof of civic address (eg. insurance policy or coverage card, utility bill, tax notice, etc.)

Polling stations WILL be required to enforce COVID-19 Regulations and Mandates as prescribed by the Province of Alberta and Chief Medical Officer. Please ensure you are wearing a mask as required by the Provincial Government mandates.