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It’s Election Day in Red Deer- North, here’s what you need to know

The next reign of local leaders are expected to be named Monday night, as the 2023 provincial election gets underway.

The next reign of local leaders are expected to be named Monday night, as the 2023 provincial election gets underway.

In Red Deer- North, incumbent Adriana LaGrange of the UCP is being challenged by NDP candidate Jaelene Tweedle. Other candidates include Vicky Bayford (The Independence Party of Alberta), Kallie Dyck (Solidarity of Movement of Alberta) and Heather Morigeau (Green Party of Alberta). LaGrange has served as Alberta’s Minister of Education over the past four years and won 60 per cent of the vote in 2019, with 12,739 votes.

Polls are open in Red Deer- North from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Where you can vote:

*Please check your voter registration card to help guide you to the appropriate polling station.

Impact Life Church

5833 53 Ave, Red Deer

Parkland Class Community Services

2-6332 Orr Dr, Red Deer

Victory Church

98 Oberlin Ave, Red Deer

Elks Lodge

6315 Horn St, Red Deer

Northside Community Centre YMCA

6391 76 St, Red Deer

St. Teresa of Avila School

190 Glendale Blvd

Normandeau School

61 Noble Ave, Red Deer

Normandeau School

61 Noble Ave, Red Deer

Festival Hall

4214 58 St, Red Deer

Pines Alternative School

8 Page Ave, Red Deer

Kentwood Alliance Church

4 Kennedy Dr, Red Deer

Ecole Camille J Lerouge School

5530 42A Ave, Red Deer

St Joseph High School - Gym

110 2700 67 St, Red Deer

Balmoral Bible Chapel

2700 55 St, Red Deer

Davenport Church of Christ

68 Donlevy Ave, Red Deer

Who you can vote for:

-Adriana LaGrange (UCP)

-Jaelene Tweedle (NDP)

-Vicky Bayford (The Independence Party of Alberta)

-Kallie Dyck (Solidarity of Movement of Alberta)

-Heather Morigeau (Green Party of Alberta)

-Central region’s election choices span the political spectrum

-Advance ballots to be counted without delay on Election Day

Alberta NDP pledge more support for kids with complex needs

-UCP commits to invest $80 million to get recreation facilities into growing communities

For Elections Alberta FAQ page for questions like what kind of identification to bring, click here.

What happens once polls close?

After 8 p.m. local time, election officials will begin counting and tallying the ballots. Last week 758,550 people voted in the Advance Polls across the province.

Check out our website and Facebook page for full coverage of the results once polls close. Check out our website or Facebook page for more information.

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