How to Vote

How to Vote

It’s easy! You can check if you’re registered at “www.voterlookup.ca” and can update your information to ensure you are notified.

Voter turnout for our municipal elections are historically low - only about 1/3rd of elligible voters tend to show up. This should not be the standard - I’m counting on the community to come together to increase those figures this year… every vote counts, and we need more engagement to have a more fair chance for everyone’s opinions to be heard.

Voting will take place at various locations in Waterloo Region on October 24th. For more information on how to vote in your particular region please follow the links below for your City or Township:

Waterloo:

https://www.waterloo.ca/en/government/when-and-where-to-vote.aspx

Kitchener:

https://www.kitchener.ca/en/council-and-city-administration/voting-in-kitchener.aspx

Cambridge:

https://www.cambridge.ca/en/your-city/voter-information.aspx

North Dumfries:

https://www.northdumfries.ca/en/township-services/information-for-voters-.aspx

Wellesly:

https://www.wellesley.ca/en/township-services/elections.aspx

Wilmot:

https://www.wilmot.ca/en/township-office/election.aspx

Woolwich:

https://www.woolwich.ca/en/township-services/information-for-voters.aspx

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