Manitobans head to the polls Tuesday to elect a new provincial government and there is some important information voters need to keep in mind.

According to Elections Manitoba, voting stations will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. across the province. If you don’t already know where your voting station is, you can find out on the Elections Manitoba website

Anyone looking to vote on Tuesday will need to bring one piece of government issued ID or two other pieces of ID.

If you have not registered to vote, you will still be able to vote on Tuesday. People looking to vote who are not on the voters list will be asked to take an oath, in addition to showing ID.

Registered voters who do not have ID also have the option of getting someone to vouch for them.

In order to be eligible to vote in the provincial election you must be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years old, and a resident of Manitoba for at least six months before the election.

Elections Manitoba also provides accessible voting options for anyone who may not be able to attend a voting station in person.

CTV News Winnipeg Election 2019

CTV News Winnipeg will provide extensive coverage throughout election day on multiple platforms.

A special election 2019 broadcast will air from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and provide results, analysis, and reaction throughout the night.

Our reporters will be dispersed throughout the city and province, bringing you the latest on all things election.

The CTV News Winnipeg digital team will bring you a unique experience online. The CTV News Winnipeg Elections 2019 page will keep you updated throughout the night with the latest results, analysis and interaction with voters.

A live blog on the page will allow you to follow the latest developments as they happen online.

Our Facebook and Instagram pages will provide behind-the-scenes interviews, videos and images.

Here is how you can find us on social media:

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