An elector is not required to show ID when voting in a New Brunswick provincial or local government election. However, when you arrive at the polling station, you are required to state your name and address to the poll worker so that they can find your name on the List of Electors.
If you are a first time voter who needs to be added to the voter’s list identification will be required.
To get added to the voters list you must first meet the qualifications to vote and provide one or more pieces of ID that between them show your name, current address and signature.
(A New Brunswick driver’s license contains all three and is the ideal piece of identification).