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Meet Blaine

Blaine Higgs was born and raised in New Brunswick. He attended the University of New Brunswick, where he trained to be an engineer. He married his high school sweetheart, Marcia,  and together they have four daughters. Blaine worked in business for 33 years, and after his retirement, he joined the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick. He was elected MLA for Quispamsis in 2010, and among other positions, was Minister of Finance. He was re-elected in 2014, and elected Leader of the party in 2016.

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Frequently asked questions

If you received a Voter Information Card in the mail at your current address, and the name and address information on it is correct, your name is on the List of Electors and you will not need to show ID to vote.

Although you do not need a Voter Information Card to vote, if you bring it with you to vote, you will be able to vote more quickly, because your name will be found on the list much faster.

If you are not on the List of Electors, you will have to be added before voting.

 

If you received a Voter Information card in the mail at your current address, and the name and address information on it is correct, you may vote at one of the locations shown on the back of the card.

You also have the option to vote using a special ballot. You can do so by visiting any returning office anytime during their normal hours of operation until 8 pm on Election Day. You may also apply for a special ballot to be sent to you by mail by contacting your returning office. You do not have to provide a reason to vote by special ballot.

Electors will receive a paper ballot with circles next to each candidate’s name or plebiscite question. The ballot is placed in a secrecy sleeve so that they can carry the ballot in the polling location without showing their choices.

Using a regular marker, electors simply have to fill in the circles as appropriate, and replace the ballot into the secrecy sleeve. Electors then carry the ballot and sleeve to the ballot box.

The first advance polling day is 9 days prior to the election. The second advance polling day is the Monday, 7 days prior to the election.

You also have the option to vote using a special ballot. You can do so by visiting any returning office anytime during their normal hours of operation until 8 pm on Election Day. You may also apply for a special ballot to be sent to you by mail by contacting your returning office. You do not have to provide a reason to vote by special ballot.

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