How to Vote
What are you running for?
I am seeking the Conservative Party of Canada nomination in Calgary Centre. If I win the nomination and become the next Conservative candidate, I will be running against Liberal MP Kent Hehr to become the next Member of Parliament for Calgary Centre.
When is the nomination contest?
The Conservative Party has not yet announced a date for the nomination. We expect the nomination vote to take place in January 2019. We will email all members as soon as a date is announced.
Do I have to live in Calgary Centre?
Yes. Only registered Conservative Party members residing in Calgary Centre are eligible to vote in the nomination contest. Please find the riding boundaries below:
The riding includes the following neighbourhoods and communities:
- Cliff Bungalow
- Currie Barracks
- Eau Clair
- Elbow Park
- Garrison Woods
- Marda Loop
- Meadowlark Park
- Mount Royal
- Richmond Knob Hill
- Windsor Park
How do I register to vote in a Conservative Party nomination race?
In order to vote, you must be a Conservative Party of Canada member. Purchase your membership online by clicking here. If you do not have a membership, you will not be able to vote. You can also download and print a membership form here by clicking here.
You can mail in your completed Conservative Party membership form (plus cheque if not paying with a credit card) to the following address:
Karim Jivraj Campaign
111 5th Ave SW, Suite 100
Calgary, AB T2P 3Y6
How do I vote?
The Conservative Party of Canada has not yet set a date or location for the vote. A secret ballot vote will be held at a time and location selected by the Conservative Party. All eligible voters will need to physically vote at the polling station determined by the Conservative Party. Online voting, proxy voting and distance voting are not available. I will update this page when details are available.
Do I need identification to vote?
Yes! You will need to bring identification to your polling station on election day. Valid forms of identification include a driver's license, a provincial ID card, or any other government card with your photo, name, and current address. Alternatively, you can provide two pieces of identification — at least one must have your current address. If you are showing two pieces of ID, valid forms of identification include health cards, passports, birth certificates, citizenship cards, Indian status cards, old age security cards, and more. Visit the Elections Canada website for full details.