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The Student Vote Election Manual is intended to help guide you through Student Vote Day. You will find suggestions on how to operate the parallel election within your school and guidelines for reporting your results.

If you are interested in voting online, please contact the CIVIX team to discuss the options available.

Submitting Your Results

Please ensure you report your results by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, October 25.

Adhering to the reporting deadline is necessary in order for CIVIX to include your school’s totals in the final results shared on election night.

All schools must keep their Student Vote results confidential until after the close of official polls. Election officials should be sworn to secrecy.

Past Results

More than 2,000 elementary and secondary students participated in the Student Vote project for the 2017 Nunavut territorial election.

After learning about territorial government and the electoral process, exploring the issues and candidates, and discussing the election with family and friends, students cast ballots for the official candidates running in their constituency.

In total, 25 schools reported their election results, representing 17 constituencies throughout the territory. In total, 2,146 ballots were cast by student participants.

The online results platform allows you to explore results by each constituency, as well as by each individual school.

VIEW COMPLETE RESULTS HERE: http://studentvote.ca/results/nu2017