Do I need to appoint an “official agent”?

No, Candidates are not required to appoint an official agent.

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1. Do I have to inform the Returning Officer of Campaign activities or provide copies of campaign contribution receipts?
2. Is there COVID-19 Guidance for canvassing and campaigning?
3. When can I put my campaign signs out on public land?
4. How far apart can I place my election signs on public property?
5. Are there other restrictions to note in the placement of election signage on roadways along public property?
6. Can another candidate place one of their signs closer than 15 metres from one of my signs?
7. When can I put out my signs on private property?
8. Do I need consent from a property owner for placing a sign on their property?
9. Are there other restrictions to note in the placement of election signage on roadways on private property?
10. Who is responsible for ensuring election signage meets all of the regulations?
11. Who should a person contact if they have a concern about election signage?
12. Can I use an image of a ballot or city logo in my advertising?
13. Can I have campaign materials (e.g., signs, buttons, cars with banner, t-shirts) at the voting station or property on voting days?
14. Do I need to appoint an “official agent”?
15. Can I have scrutineers during the Advance Vote and on Election Day?
16. Does the City of Beaumont have a registered voters list?
17. Can I withdraw my nomination?
18. If I’m self funding my campaign do I need to open up a separate account for campaign expenses?