Albertans from across the province will be heading to the polls on April 16, 2019, to elect a government they want to represent them in the Legislative Assembly.
Elections, by law, must be held in Alberta every four years. In the province’s last general election, held on May 5, 2015, Albertans elected Members of the Legislative Assembly – MLAs – to 87 seats.
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We encourage members to engage in this important democratic process and have provided a list of resources available to help registrants learn more about the issues as well as what you need to know to participate in the April 16 general election.
Visit Elections Alberta to determine your eligibility to vote and register which are essential to participating in this year’s election.
Parties develop election platforms and release statements that outline the issues and positions candidates will run during the campaigning period using these two media. Over the course of the campaigning period, party websites are updated, so CARNA encourages you to review regularly.
Vote Compass is an award-winning tool developed by political scientists that will help you determine how your views compare with those of Alberta’s political parties. As of this posting, over 80K Albertans used the tool.