E-3.3 - Election Act

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302. The returning officer shall establish a polling station for each polling subdivision. According to the criteria determined by the Chief Electoral Officer, the returning officer may establish more than one polling station for a polling subdivision.
The returning officer shall establish more than one polling station in a polling subdivision that comprises more than 425 electors, unless that figure is exceeded due to the number of electors registered on the list of electors of a residential facility described in section 180.
Where a polling subdivision is an unorganized territory, is established for the purpose of setting up a polling station in a residential facility in accordance with section 301.6 or contains fewer than 50 electors, the returning officer may establish a single polling station for that polling subdivision and the nearest polling subdivision.
He shall inform each candidate of the place where the polling station of each polling subdivision is situated not later than the 12th day before polling day.
1989, c. 1, s. 302; 1992, c. 38, s. 53; 1998, c. 52, s. 60; 2008, c. 22, s. 45; 2011, c. 5, s. 18.
302. The returning officer shall establish a polling station for each polling subdivision.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the returning officer shall establish several polling stations for any polling subdivision with more than 350 electors.
Where a polling subdivision comprises 300 to 350 electors, the returning officer may, where he considers it expedient, establish more than one polling station.
Where a polling subdivision is an unorganized territory, is established for the purpose of setting up a polling station in a residential facility in accordance with section 301.6 or contains fewer than 50 electors, the returning officer may establish a single polling station for that polling subdivision and the nearest polling subdivision.
He shall inform each candidate of the place where the polling station of each polling subdivision is situated not later than the twelfth day before polling day.
1989, c. 1, s. 302; 1992, c. 38, s. 53; 1998, c. 52, s. 60; 2008, c. 22, s. 45.
302. The returning officer shall establish a polling station for each polling subdivision.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the returning officer shall establish several polling stations for any polling subdivision with more than 350 electors.
Where a polling subdivision comprises 300 to 350 electors, the returning officer may, where he considers it expedient, establish more than one polling station.
Where a polling subdivision is an unorganized territory or contains fewer than 50 electors, the returning officer may establish a single polling station for that polling subdivision and the nearest polling subdivision.
He shall inform each candidate of the place where the polling station of each polling subdivision is situated not later than the twelfth day before polling day.
1989, c. 1, s. 302; 1992, c. 38, s. 53; 1998, c. 52, s. 60.
302. The returning officer shall establish a polling station for each polling subdivision.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the returning officer shall establish several polling stations for any polling subdivision with more than 350 electors.
Where a polling subdivision comprises 300 to 350 electors, the returning officer may, where he considers it expedient, establish more than one polling station.
He shall inform each candidate of the place where the polling station of each polling subdivision is situated not later than the twelfth day before polling day.
1989, c. 1, s. 302; 1992, c. 38, s. 53.
302. The returning officer shall establish a polling station for each polling subdivision.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the returning officer shall establish several polling stations for any polling subdivision with more than 300 electors.
He shall inform each candidate of the place where the polling station of each polling subdivision is situated not later than the twelfth day before polling day.
1989, c. 1, s. 302.