Elections Manitoba is committed to accessibility for all Manitoba Voters
Services & Voting OptionsHomebound Voting
If you are unable to go in person to a voting place due to a disability, you and your caregiver can apply to vote in your home.
Voters with disabilities may choose to vote by absentee ballot.
To apply for absentee voting, download the application form (PDF, 370.3 KB), then submit your application and copies of the required ID to Elections Manitoba. The returning office will send you an absentee ballot, a list of candidates and instructions. Return your marked ballot by mail or other delivery method.Curbside Voting
If you are unable to go inside the voting place because of a disability, a voting officer will bring the ballot box to your vehicle.Braille
Braille ballot templates and a Braille list of candidates are available at all voting places.Magnifying rulers & large print
Magnifying rulers and a large print list of candidates are available from the voting officer.Assistance
You can bring someone with you to help you vote. They must be 18 years of age or older. A voting officer may also assist you.Language or sign language interpreter
If you require an interpreter to assist you, contact Elections Manitoba before you plan to vote. We will do our best to accommodate requests and locate interpreters in your community.Personal Security Protection
You can apply to have your personal information omitted or blacked out from the voters list to protect your personal security.No Permanent Address
You can vote if you do not have a permanent home. You can bring a letter to the voting place from a shelter or an agency saying they know who you are, along with one piece of ID.
Wherever possible, voting places are accessible to voters with disabilities.