Polling Subdivisions

Polling Subdivisions These data are subunits/subdivisions of the current Electoral Divisions, enacted in 2010. There are 87 Electoral Divisions. Polling subdivisions, (PSDs) are area units containing on average 450 electors. The PSDs are created for administering and delivering electoral events. 2022-02-22 Government of Alberta info@elections.ab.ca Government and Politicselectoral boundaryelectoral divisionpollpoll locationpolling subdivision PSD Boundary Data (.shp files)ZIP https://www.elections.ab.ca/wp-content/uploads/EDsPSDs2015Mar31.zip

These data are subunits/subdivisions of the current Electoral Divisions, enacted in 2010. There are 87 Electoral Divisions. Polling subdivisions, (PSDs) are area units containing on average 450 electors. The PSDs are created for administering and delivering electoral events.

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