If you had any confusions as to how to vote for the upcoming municipal elections, here’s how.

Sue Klatt, Chief Administrative Officer of the Madawaska Valley Township Municipal Office, tells you how. She mentions that residents should have received a ballot by mail. If you haven’t, you should bring a piece of proper identification to the Madawaska Valley Township Municipal Office where you could receive a new ballot. She informs us that you could fill out your ballot on location and hand it in right then and there.

If you have received your ballot by mail, Klatt explains that you can send it back by mail, or drop it off in person at the municipal office. Should you choose to drop off your ballot after hours, a mail slot is available for you to do so.

The Madawaska Valley Township Municipal Office doors will be closing at 8:00 on election night. Any ballots received after that time will not be counted. If you plan on sending it back by mail, beware of the delay, in order to make sure it is received ahead of election day, October 22.

As for the results, she mentions to keep an eye out on social media (Facebook and Twitter) and the Madawaska Valley website to get regular updates. She reminds us that these results will remain unofficial until the following day.