More ways to VOTE GORD PERKS
There are more ways than ever this election to vote Gord Perks.
Didn’t get your voter’s card? Call to register.
Away on October 22? Vote in advance.
Are you a student away at school but home for the long weekend? Vote by proxy.
Need assistance? Call the campaign office (647) 748-2198.
Need a ride? Call the campaign office (647) 748-2198.
Voting has never been easier!
REGISTER TO VOTE
Did you get your voter’s card in the mail? If not, don’t worry. You can add your name to the voters’ list up until October 14th and save time when you vote.
How? From Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. call (416) 338-1111 or visit Toronto City Hall (100 Queen St. W.).
If you aren’t registered to vote you can still vote on election day.
VOTE IN ADVANCE
Skip the lines on election day, vote in advance! Advance polls are open
Wednesday, October 10 – Sunday, October 14
10:00 am – 7:00 pm
You can vote at any location:
Annette Community Recreation Centre
333 Annette Street
Masaryk-Cowan Community Recreation Centre
220 Cowan Ave
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen St. West (at University Ave.)
APPOINT ANOTHER VOTER TO VOTE ON YOUR BEHALF
Unable to vote in advance or on Oct. 22? Vote by proxy.
Step 1. Obtain a Voting Proxy Appointment form:
- Call 416-338-1111
- Email email@example.com
- Pick up a Voting Proxy Appointment form in person @ Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W. \
Step 2. Once you receive the proxy appointment form, you must:
- Complete all the information & sign it
- Provide identification (photocopies are acceptable)
- Tell your proxy who you wish to vote for.
Step 3. Your voting proxy must:
- Bring the Voting Proxy Appointment form in person, along with identification (photocopies acceptable) of both the elector and the proxy (original copies) for certification at City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.
Step 4. Vote:
- With the certified form your proxy can vote on your behalf at the location where you would vote during the advance voting period or on election day.
Who can be a proxy? Your proxy must be someone who is an eligible elector in the City of Toronto and someone you trust.
Vote with assistance
Vote from your car curbside at your local voting location
Vote from home
GET A RIDE TO THE POLLS
Get a ride to the polls – call the campaign office (647) 748-2198.
WHAT TO BRING WHEN YOU VOTE
- Your voter information card. It’s not mandatory but it identifies that you are on the voters’ list and speeds up your time voting.
Identification showing your name and Toronto address. You do NOT need photo ID, just one piece of ID showing your name and address within the City of Toronto.
Acceptable ID are:
- Government Issued – a document issued by the government of Canada or province of Ontario, hospital card or record, tax documents, drivers licence, photo ID card
- Bank Issued – credit card statement, bank account statement, cancelled personalized cheque, loan agreement
- Utility Bill – Hydro, telephone or cable TV, water, gas or a bill from a public utilities commission
- Employment Issued – Cheque stub, T4 statement or pay receipt issued by an employer, statement of direct deposit from Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program
Call the campaign office at (647) 748-2198
Or visit MyVote