How to Vote
Voting takes place October 12-22, with the last day for voting being October 22. You may vote any time during this period. Voters are encouraged to vote early and not to wait until the close of polls.
Voting can be done by internet using a computer, tablet or smartphone or by telephone. Instructions on how to vote will be included in your Voter Information Letter (expect it in the mail late September or early October).
Am I on the Voter's List?
You can check to see if you are on the Voters list by visiting VoterLookup.ca. There is information on this site to guide you through the voting process.
All Candidates Forum
Details to come
Mayor - 1 to be elected
Councilors - 10 to be elected
School Board Trustees - Voters can only vote for the school board trustee(s) they are eligible to vote for.
Avon Maitland District School Board Trustee Candidates - 2 to be elected
Huron Perth District School Board Trustee Candidates - Acclaimed
Conseil scolaire Viamonde Candidates - 1 to be elected
Conseil scolaire Catholique Providente - Acclaimed
Brad Beatty [Beacon Herald]
Graham Bunting [Beacon Herald]
Tom Clifford [Beacon Herald]
Dave Gaffney [Beacon Herald]
Danielle Ingram [Beacon Herald]
Frank Mark [Beacon Herald]|
Rebecca Reeve [facebook]
Kathy Vassilakos [Beacon Herald]
Martin Ritsma [Beacon Herald]
Gezahgn Wordofa [Beacon Herald]
Avon Maitland District School Board Trustee Candidates
Huron Perth District School Board Trustee Candidates
Conseil scolaire Viamonde Candidates
To be provided
Conseil scolaire Catholique Providence Candidates
In Library Services
- The Library has computers and internet access where voting can be done. Don't forget to bring your voter information letter when you vote, it has the code that will allow you to cast your ballot. If you have a library card, please bring that to log into the computers. If not, we can get you a guest pass.
- Newspaper clippings file with candidate profiles available on request at the information desk. These are collected for information purposes only and are not suggesting that there are preferred candidates.