Voting opne Monday, June 3 at 9:00 AM

All Alberta NDP members will receive their voting package in the mail between now and early June. This package includes everything you need to vote online, by phone, or by mail, along with your personal identification number (PIN). Look for an envelope with the Alberta NDP logo.

When you receive your package, please read and follow the instructions carefully.

Our Recommendations:

  • For simplicity and instant confirmation, vote online or by phone.
  • Vote as soon as possible after 9:00 AM on June 3, 2024.

Important: If you haven’t received your voting package by June 5, 2024, please call the Official Alberta NDP Voting Helpline at 1-888-281-8683 to get your PIN and other necessary information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I get Information about voting?
All members will receive a complete voting package by mail by early June. This package includes everything you need to vote online, by phone, or by mail – including:
  • You PIN for online and phone voting
  • The website address for online voting
  • The phone number for voting by phone
  • A paper version of the ballot and a postage-paid return envelope.
  • A declaration form
You can only vote once, but you have the choice of voting online, by phone, or by mail. For simplicity and to receive instant confirmation that your vote was received and recorded, we recommend voting online or by phone.
When will I receive my ballot and voting package?
What Is a ranked ballot?
A ranked ballot allows you to vote for candidates in the order of your preference


Ranking The Candidates
If you are supporting Naheed Nenshi (thank you!) you mark him as your first choice (1), your next preferred candidate as your second choice (2), and so on. You can rank as many or as few candidates as you like.


How Votes Are Counted
  • Initially, all first-choice votes are counted. If a candidate receives more than 50% of these first-preference votes, they are declared the winner.
  • If no candidate receives more than 50% of the first-preference votes, the candidate with the fewest first-preference votes is eliminated. The votes for this candidate are then redistributed to the voters’ next preferred candidates, as indicated on their ballots.
  • This process of elimination and redistribution continues until a candidate gains more than 50% of the votes.
You can vote either online, by phone or by mail.
How do I vote online or by phone?
Everything you need to vote online or by phone is found in your voting package – including your voting PIN and the website site address and phone number where you vote.


If you’re voting online and supporting Jodi Calahoo Stonhouse, when prompted to rank the candidates click the box next to Jodi Calahoo Stonehouse name first and a “1” will appear. Continue to click for your remaining choices in the order you choose to rank the candidates.


By phone, choose Jodi Calahoo Stonhouse as your first selection when prompted.


You may make as many or few choices as you want. A ballot with at least one choice will be a valid ballot.
How do I vote by mail?
Please follow the following instructions if you choose to vote by mail.
  1. Rank your choices on the ballot.  If you are supporting Jodi Calahoo Stonehouse, mark a “1” besides his name.  You rank your 2nd choice with a (2), your third choice with a “3” and your fourth choice with a “4”.  You must rank at least one candidate for your vote to be counted. Note:  You must use numbers and you must not repeat any numbers. Do not use checkmarks, “x”s, letters, or other marks. 
  2. Place the ballot in the white envelope marked “Ballot Secrecy Envelope”
  3. Sign the declaration form.
  4. Detach and insert the declaration form and the Ballot Secrecy Envelope into the yellow envelope
  5. Mail the envelope right away.  No postage is required. Your ballot must be mailed by June 17 to ensure that it arrives on time.
What if I don't receive my ballot and voting package by June 5?
If you still haven’t received your ballot and voting package by June 5, please call the Official Alberta NDP Voting Helpline to learn how to get a new PIN:


Phone: 1-888-281-8683


Helpline Hours of Operation:
June 3 to June 21, the helpline is open daily between the following hours:

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM MT

Saturday, June 22 the helpline is open during the following hours:
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (noon) MT
I am having troubles with the voting package and paper ballot, how can I get help with voting?
Your Voting Package contains detailed information for each method of voting. But don’t get overwhelmed!


Voting online or by phone is easy and quick, making those options the best choices for most people. Simply find your PIN number on the first page of the package along with the website address to vote online and the phone number to vote by phone. Follow the instructions provided online or by phone to complete the process.
Please contact Jodi’s leadership campain volunteers at:
We’ll respond as quickly as possible.