VOTE – It’s your right!

Your vote counts. Choose your student representatives. Voting is easy and only takes a few minutes.  Cast your vote online! The voting period will be from March 11, 2020, at 8 a.m. until March 12, 2020, at 4 p.m.

Still not quite sure who to vote for? Check out the candidate bios, videos, and Panel Night event recording below!

WHERE can I vote? 

Students are able to access a secure link to the election ballot and sign on with their SAIT student email (subject is “Vote Here”) during the voting period. Day or night, you can vote from anywhere! Additionally, there are a number of Saitsa polling stations located throughout campus to cast your electronic ballot. All you need is a valid SAIT student email address.

Forgot what your password is to your SAIT student email? Unless you’ve changed it, your password should be your date of birth: YY/MM/DD

Polling stations: 
MC107 & Senator Burns Cafeteria – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on March 11 & 12

Mobile polling stations:

March 11 – Aldred/4Nines/Clayton

March 12 – Cobbe/Riley/Crandell

WHEN can I vote? 

Online voting dates are March 11, 2020, at 8 a.m. until March 12, 2020, at 4 p.m.

Secure online voting.

We’ve simplified the voting process. Access the secure link to the voting ballot during the voting period. Voting is easy and is done through your SAIT student email.  An email will be automatically be sent to SAIT student emails with instructions on how to vote at the start of the voting period.

WHO can vote? 

Any student who pays Saitsa fees can vote in the SAIT Students’ Association elections.  If you pay Saitsa fees and have not received your voting email please check your junk folder; if you still cannot find the email please contact:

WHAT positions can I vote for?

Saitsa students are entitled to vote for ALL candidates running in the elections, but you do not have to vote for all the candidates/positions if you do not want to.  Students also have the right to abstain/spoil their ballot.

WHY should I vote? 

You’re putting your support behind students who will advocate for you to the institution and all levels of government. These dedicated students will set the framework for the Students’ Association for years to come, which will impact the events and services offered and how your membership fees are spent. VOTE and help shape your student experience!