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Arthur-Virden byelection advance polls open

Arthur-Virden voters have a chance to cast their ballot this week ahead of the byelection.

The byelection to fill the seat vacated by Brandon-Souris MP-elect Larry Maguire will be held on Jan. 28, however a number of advance polling stations will be open this week.

• Returning Office, 590 Wellington St. E, Virden — Today through Jan. 25

• Deloraine Town Office, 102 Broadway St. S., Deloraine —Today

• Hartney Centennial Centre, 119 East Railway St., Hartney — Jan. 22

• Waskada Legion Hall, 35 Railway Ave., Waskada — Jan. 24

• Lyleton Community Hall, 16 Souris St., Lyleton — Jan. 22

• RM of Albert Office, 14 Morris St., Tilston — Today

• Al-Res-Tone Drop-In Centre, 309 2nd Ave., Reston — Jan. 23

• Elkhorn Legion Hall, 4 Richhill Ave., Elkhorn — Jan. 21

• Oak Lake Community Centre, 474 North Railway St., Oak Lake — Jan. 21

• McAuley Fun Club, 214 Qu’Appelle St., McAuley — Jan. 21

• Miniota Community Hall, 568 Miniota Rd., Miniota — Jan. 23

• Hamiota Town Office, 75 Maple Ave. E, Hamiota — Jan. 25

Advance voting is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voters can cast ballots at any advance voting stations in Arthur-Virden and voters are reminded to bring a government-issued photo ID or two other documents with a name. If none of the documents provided contain a current address, the voter must sign a declaration of current address.

Elections Manitoba reported 13,500 names are on the voting list after enumeration.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 20, 2014

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Arthur-Virden voters have a chance to cast their ballot this week ahead of the byelection.

The byelection to fill the seat vacated by Brandon-Souris MP-elect Larry Maguire will be held on Jan. 28, however a number of advance polling stations will be open this week.

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Arthur-Virden voters have a chance to cast their ballot this week ahead of the byelection.

The byelection to fill the seat vacated by Brandon-Souris MP-elect Larry Maguire will be held on Jan. 28, however a number of advance polling stations will be open this week.

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