Municipal Election 2021

On Tuesday, September 28, the Town of Clarenville will hold a general municipal election. In Newfoundland and Labrador, general municipal elections are held every four years on the last Tuesday in September. In Clarenville voters choose one Mayor and six Councillors for Council. The Town operates under an “at-large” system in which its elected officials are chosen to represent the Town as a whole.

Please view some frequently asked questions below for voters and candidates in the 2021 Municipal Election.


For the 2021 General Election the Town will hold in person voting as in past elections, however COVID-19 protocols will be followed to ensure that everyone can vote safely. To ensure that your name is on the voter’s list please contact Hannah at 466-7937 or email

Voting strengthens our local government and helps make us a stronger community.

Please see below for Voter and Candidate information.  Please Note that this section will be updated as information becomes available.



Municipal Election 2021 – Voting By Proxy

Vote by proxy simply means that another qualified voter in the same municipality votes on behalf of an “impeditive voter”. An...

September 14, 2021

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Municipal Election – Notice of Candidates

Municipality of Clarenville Municipal Election The following persons have been nominated for election to council. Advance Polls The advance...

September 1, 2021

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Election-VotersImmediate Notice

Deputy Returning Officers & Poll Clerks

If you are interested in becoming a Deputy Returning Officer or Poll Clerk for the September 28th, 2021 Municipal Election, please contact...

August 3, 2021

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Election-VotersImmediate Notice

Notice: 2021 Municipal Election – Voters List

WE ARE UPDATING OUR VOTERS LIST FOR THE UPCOMING MUNICIPAL ELECTION If any of these apply to you, please contact us by using the info...

July 27, 2021

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Nomination of Candidates

NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES – Municipality of Clarenville Nominations of Candidates for election to the Council for the Municipality of...

August 10, 2021

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