Municipal Election Voting Information

Make sure you are on the Voters List

Are you at least 18 years old, a Canadian citizen and you or your spouse are owners or renters of  property? You are eleigible to cast a ballot on October 24th!

The voters list for municipal elections is different than the federal or provincial voters lists.  You will also receive a voter information card or letter in the mail to let you know where, when and how to vote and provide online voting information if your municipality is using that format.

If you have done any of these things in the past four yours, you may not be on the municipal voters list:

  • moved
  • turned 18
  • became a Canadian citizen

Below you will find links to check if you are on the voters list for your municipality and find out the voting methds and dates for advanced polls.

What to bring when you vote

Bring the Voter card you receive in the mail if you are on the voters list. If you do not have a card, you can still vote. It will just take a bit longer to check in.

You will need one piece of identification (ID) to vote this can include:

  • Ontario Driver’s License
  • Ontario photo card
  • A bank statement
  • A cancelled personalized cheque
  • Any other authorized piece listed on the Ontario acceptable ID page.

A photo or signature on the ID is not required.

Election day is October 24

Each of the four municipalities have their own advanced polling days and methods for voting (online, mail-in and in-person voting).

Burlington

Check if you are on the City’s voters list

Online & in-person advanced polls

Votin methods:

  • Online voting, using Internet voting, from Oct. 11 to 20, 2022 (Registration required)
  • In person at advance polls on Oct. 15 and 18, 2022
  • In person voting on Election Day (October 24)

For more information about voting in Burlington, visit myvoteburlington.ca

Halton Hills

Check if you are on the Town’s voters list

Voting methods:

  • Online  (NEW) (Oct 7-Oct 22)
  • In-person and accessible advanced polls (Oct 12 & Oct 19 at Town Hall)
  • In person voting on Election Day (October 24)

Online voting kiosks available Oct 11, 13, 18 and 20 to help with online voting:

  • Acton Arena, 415 Queen Street East, Acton 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Georgetown Marketplace Mall, 280 Guelph Street Georgetown 12 noon – 6 p.m.

For more information about voting in Halton Hills, visit haltonhills.ca

Milton

Check if you are on the Town’s voters list

Voting methods:

  • Voting by mail (request for mail kits begins Sept 1 and ends Sept 26)
  • In-person advanced polls (Oct. 10-16)
  • In person voting on Election Day (October 24)

For more information about voting in Milton, visit milton.ca

Oakville

Check if you are on the Town’s voters list

Voting methods:

  • In-person advanced polls (October 6 to 9 and October 11 to 15)
  • Voting by proxy (forms available on the Oakville website)
  • Curbside voting 
  • In person voting on Election Day (October 24)

For more information about voting in Oakville, visit Oakville.ca

Students living away from home while attending school can vote both in their “home” municipality and in the municipality where they attend school.  ID will be required (lease, campus residence documentation, insurance policy, etc).

Andrea Grebenc for Halton Regional Chair

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