Election day voting information
Election day is almost here in Ontario.
The polls open tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. and will remain open until 9:00 p.m.
To vote all you need to do is bring your voter card that you received in the mail to your polling station, along with a piece of identification that shows your name and current residential address.
On May 30th, Canada Post indicated they experienced an issue processing approximately 500,000 Voter Information Cards, so unfortunately some voters may have experienced a delay in receiving theirs.
If you are one of those affected by the delay in receiving your card you can still vote.
Elections Ontario advises you to bring one piece of identification that has your name and current residential address to your polling station.
If you don't know where your polling station is, you can find it by going online at elections.on.ca.
And don't worry if your voter card information is wrong, you can update your information when you go to vote.
For more information on how to vote tomorrow click here.
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