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Due to higher voter volume this evening at both voting locations the unofficial election results will likely be available by 10 p.m. Unofficial election results will be tabulated after polls close and posted at the page below: 

Unofficial results

Municipal Election

Please be aware that, regardless of vaccination status, all residents eligible to vote in the upcoming Municipal Election will be able to so at either the Okotoks Recreation Centre or the Foothills Centennial Centre. Voters are asked to follow mandatory Provincial public health orders by wearing a mask and maintaining 2 metres physical distancing.

Voting Ballot box with Okotoks logo
Municipal Election Day is Monday, October 18

Municipal elections are held every four years at which time residents elect one Mayor and six Councillors to a four year term.  In Okotoks, Council members are elected at-large, which means the Mayor and Councillors represent the entire population rather than a geographical ward.  Voters can choose up to six candidates for Council, and one candidate for Mayor.  
 
Town of Okotoks Election Bylaw

Voter Information

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