Overview of Newfoundland & Labrador’s Provincial Elections
Newfoundland and Labrador provincial elections are held on the second Tuesday in October every four years since 2007. Representatives for the Provincial Legislature are elected in this election.
Who Can Vote
Who Can Run
You can run as a Candidate in a Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial election if you are:
- 18 years of age or older, and
- a Canadian citizen, and
- a resident of the province
- not disqualified from elections or sitting in the house of commons by the Election Act, 1991 or any other Act
Candidates must either be registered with a party or declare their intention to run as an independent. Consult candidate’s information for more details.
How to Vote
Electors can vote in the ward or jurisdiction in which they reside. Voting can be done at assigned polling stations and City Halls. Voters must present valid ID to prove identity and residency to vote.
Check your local election authority website for polling station addresses, hours and acceptable forms of identification.
There are no registered black candidates in this election yet. Be the first to put your name forward! Check the provincial Election Authority website to find out how to become a candidate.
Don’t see your name in the Candidates list?
If you are running as a candidate in this election and you are not included in the list above, please submit your candidate information to us and we will add you to the list.