Guelph, Ont., October 18, 2018 – Election day is nearly here. Voters’ have one last chance to cast their ballot for Mayor, Councillor and school board trustees on October 22 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For election day voting, residents must vote at the locations specified for their ward. Voters’ are encouraged to check their voter notification card for their poll locations. If you did not receive a voter notification card, you can still vote with proper ID. Voters’ can look up their ward online using a street name and number at guelph.ca/vote.
To vote in the election, voters must be:
- 18 years of age or older
- A Canadian citizen
- A resident or business owner in Guelph
Get on the voters’ list
Voters can still add themselves or make changes to their information on the voters’ list right up until the polls close. Voters will be able to change their information on the voters list using the online tool until Sunday, October 21 at 6 p.m.
Accessibility at voting locations
All voting locations in each ward are physically accessible. In addition, one voting location within each ward will offer additional assisted voting devices. Residents can find this information on their voter notification card or by visiting guelph.ca/vote.
Voters must show ID with their name and Guelph address to cast their ballot. Accepted ID includes:
- Ontario driver’s licence
- Ontario photo card
- A cancelled personalized cheque
- Mortgage statement or lease agreement
For all Guelph municipal election information, visit guelph.ca/vote.
Stephen O’Brien, City Clerk
City Clerk’s Office, Corporate Services
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 5644