What you should bring to the vote tomorrow

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A snippet from the Q&A section of OPSEU.org regarding the ratification vote ( http://opseu.org/ops/bargaining2012/ratification-vote-q-and-a.htm )…

20. What do I need for identification in order to vote?

Any proper identification is acceptable, e.g. union card, pay stub, work-issued identification, driver’s licence, etc.

21. What happens if I am not on the voter’s list?

If your name is not on the voter’s list, you will still be allowed to vote providing you have a piece of identification (a current pay stub is also preferred). Your vote will then be segregated in a manner that does not allow anyone to know how you voted. OPSEU staff will then attempt to verify you as a member of the bargaining unit prior to the vote count.


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