Voters elect:

  • 1 Mayor
  • 1 Councillor for each of the 12 City of Edmonton wards
  • 1 Edmonton Catholic Schools Trustee for each of the 7 wards or 1 Edmonton Public Schools Trustee for each of the 9 wards

2021 Edmonton Election Candidate Lookup Tool and List

This lookup tool includes candidates who have completed the nomination process. This page will be updated by 9am every weekday.

It can take up to two business days for candidate names to be published if they have filed their nomination papers in person and up to five business days from the day of receipt if they have filed their nomination papers via mail.

A complete list of candidates is available on Open Data.

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Edmonton Elections is not liable or responsible for the content found on third-party websites.

Who can Vote

You can vote in the upcoming Edmonton Election if you are:

  • At least 18 years old
  • A Canadian citizen
  • A resident of Edmonton on Election Day

To determine if you are an Edmonton resident please review section 48 of the Local Authorities Election Act.

When to Vote

There will be multiple voting opportunities for you to vote in the upcoming Election:

  1. Election Day: October 18. Voting stations will be open from 9am until 8pm
  2. Advance Voting: October 4 to 13, 1-7pm including Thanksgiving Monday (October 11). The number of Advance Voting Stations has been doubled to 12 or one per ward and voters are encouraged to vote in advance to avoid the busy crowds on Election Day.
  3. Special (mail-in) ballot: Voters who are unable to vote on Election Day or at an Advance Voting station can vote by mail. Applications will be available in August. According to the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA), special ballots are available to voters who are unable to vote in the Advance Vote or on Election Day because: they have a physical disability, will be outside the jurisdiction on Election Day, or are an election worker who is working on Election Day at a voting station other than that the elector’s place of residence. 

Where to Vote

More information on voting locations will be available in August.

What to Bring

When you visit a voting station you must bring a piece of identification that has your name and residential address.

Please visit the provincial website for examples.