Municipal Election 2018

 
 

ELECTION QUESTIONS AND ASSISTANCE

Please contact the City Clerk's Division with questions, comments and concerns regarding the Municipal Election.

Telephone: 905-835-2901 ext. 109

Email: election@portcolborne.ca

 
 

Voter Information

The 2018 Municipal and School Board Election in on Monday, October 22, 2018.

 

Are you on the voters list?

Residents can call 905-835-2900 ext. 109 or visit City Hall, 66 Charlotte Street. 

 

Review the 2018 Voters' Guide for Ontario Municipal Council and School Board Elections

 

 
 

How to Vote

Bring with you to the poll:

  • your Voter's Card (sent via mail); and

  • identification (1 piece)

Acceptable forms of identification include: Ontario Driver's Licence, Ontario Health Card (photo card only), utility bill, cheque stub. Click here to view the entire list of acceptable identification as prescribed by the Province.

 

If you don't have a Voter's Card (or forgot it):

Yes, you can still vote, even without a Voter's Card. Ask to speak with the Revision Clerk and inform him or her that you don't have a Voter's Card but would still like to vote. 

 

If your information is incorrect on your Voter's Card:

If your information is incorrect when you receive your Voter's Card, you are encouraged to attend one of the advanced voting dates and inform the election staff that your card is incorrect. This way the information on your card can be corrected and you can vote at that same time. Be sure to bring the incorrect Voter's Card and one form of identification with you. 

 

The fastest way to vote:

Make sure you are on the voters list and arrive at the polling station with your Voter's Card and one piece of identification. 

  • Confirm if you are on the voters list by calling 905-835-2901 ext. 109 or visit  voterlookup.ca

 
 

Where to Vote?

Visit Voting Locations to find out where you vote!

Election Day is October 22.

Advanced voting dates are:

  • Wednesday, October 10
  • Saturday, October 13
  • Wednesday, October 17
 
 

Proxy Voting

If you are an eligible elector but not able to attend the advance voting days or your voting location on Voting Day, you may appoint another person to vote on your behalf. The person acting as a proxy must also be an eligible elector. 

This page provides information on how to appoint another person as a voting proxy.