Election Signage

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Election Signage FAQ

  • What is Election Signage?

  • What is required before posting election signage?

  • When can election signage be posted?

  • When does election signage need to be removed?

  • Where can I post my election signage?

  • Can I post election signage on private property?

  • What is the relevant legislation regarding election signage?

  • Can local authorities regulate election signage?

  • Do all election signs need an authorization statement? What should it say?

  • Where can I find further information regarding election signage?

Please note, the material located on this website is for information purposes only, this information is general in its nature and is not intended to be relied upon as a legal opinion or advice.  Should any issues arise Elections BC, the Chief Election Officer, and any relevant bylaws, will determine final decisions on the matter.

Last updated: February 6, 2019

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