In Alberta voters are assigned to specific "polls" based on where they live. Several polls are grouped together into a polling place, which is generally a public building such as a school or church.
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When you arrive at your polling place, you will be greeted by staff who will make sure you are registered and direct you to your polling station, which will be a desk in the polling place with a ballot box specific to your poll.
If you need to register you will be first sent to the registration desk where you provide ID or get vouched for as identified above.
You will then be given proof of your registration and pointed to your poll.
If you are on the Elector's list, you simply state your name and address to the polling station clerk. Your voter identification card or ID is not required. If you have just been registered, you simply present what was given to you at the registration desk.
In either case, you will then be given a ballot and pointed towards a vacant voting booth.
Mark your ballot by placing an X in the circle next to the candidate and party you want to support. Any other mark that shows your intent (such as a check mark) is also acceptable, but your ballot will be rejected if there is a mark in more than one circle or if you make any mark that would identify who you are, such as signing your name.
Once your ballot is marked, return to the poll station where you received your ballot. The clerk will pull off the part of the ballot that identifies its number and allow you to place your ballot in the ballot box.
And that's it! You've now voted. The process generally takes less than five minutes.