|Election Advertising Not Requiring Authorization Statement||This guide provides information on authorization statements and online advertising.|
|Guide to the Election Act||The Election Act sets the rules for the provincial electoral process and this guide provides general information about the Act. This guide has been updated for an election administered during a pandemic.|
|Guide for Financial Agents Appointed Under the Election Act||This guide explains the financing, election advertising, and financial reporting rules in the Election Act and how those rules apply. This guide has been updated for an election administered during a pandemic.|
|Nomination Contestant Financing Report Completion Guide||This is a step-by-step guide for preparing and completing nomination contestant financing reports.|
|Auditor’s Guide||This guide provides guidance to auditors appointed under the Election Act on some of the unique issues that arise from the financial reporting requirements of the Act.|
|Political Party Guide to Registration||This guide is being updated to reflect amendments to the Election Act. For more information, contact Provincial Electoral Finance at 1-800-661-8683 or email@example.com.|
|Guide for Candidates||
This guide provides information to candidates and prospective candidates for election as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. It provides an overview of the nomination procedures to become a candidate and the responsibilities, rights and duties of candidates during provincial elections. This guide has been updated for an election administered during a pandemic.
|Guide for Candidate Representatives||This guide provides general information to candidate representatives regarding their role in the electoral process. This guide has been updated for an election administered during a pandemic.|
|Guide to Voting and Counting||
This guide aims to help individuals understand voting and counting processes under the Election Act. It provides a framework and quick reference for voting and counts administered by district electoral officers (DEOs). This guide has been updated for an election administered during a pandemic.