The City of Brampton is making it easier to vote in the Mayor Elections on October 22, 2018. On this day, eligible voters may vote at any of the casting voting areas in the ward in which they endure.
Please refer to your Voter Notice for a rundown of casting voting areas in your ward, or use the interactive map on the City’s site: www.brampton.ca/bramptonvotes.
“There are 147 locations in Brampton. As you about your day on October 22 – running errands, picking up your child from school, or returning home from work, study or play, you likely won’t be far from a voting place within your area. Your vote totals help to develop the tomorrow of Brampton, so remember to exercise your right to vote,” said Peter Fay, City Clerk and Returning Officer for the 2018 Brampton Municipal Election.
• Voter eligibility: You should be a Canadian citizen dwelling in Brampton and at least 18 years old as of Voting Day. If you do not reside in Brampton, but you or your spouse owns or rents property in the city, you may be eligible to vote.
• Identification: All voters must bring a bit of acceptable identification proof and the Voter Notice you got via the mail to the voting location.
• If you are an eligible voter, yet did not get a Voter Notice via the mail, you may not be on the Voters’ List. You may provide acceptable identification proof at the voting location and add yourself to the list.
• A complete list of acceptable identification proof, FAQs and other voter information, including the proxy voting process, is available on the City’s website.