When and Where to Vote

The next municipal election in Toronto is Monday, October 27, 2014, and every elector that is on the voters' list will receive a voter information card in the mail early October. This card will tell you where and when you vote during advance vote, and on election day.

New in 2014 is the online tool MyVote that will allow voters to find when and where they vote. MyVote not only gives every eligible voter in the City the opportunity to find out where and when they can vote, but also provides other key information such as being on the voters' list and the candidates who are running in their ward. 

Access to the key information will be released at different times throughout 2014:

  • Starting January 2, 2014 
    Voters can input their address and find out which candidates are running in their ward
  • Starting September 2, 2014 
    Voters can use this tool to find out if they are on the voters' list  as well as where and when to vote and accessibility information about their voting place
  • Starting  October 1, 2014 
    Voters can also find a sample of their ballot

The Voter Information Card

The voter information card that every elector on the voters' list receives informs the elector where and when to vote. Listed on the card are the election day and advance vote dates and times. Voting locations are specific to each elector's voting ward and subdivision. Receiving and bringing this information card will speed up the voting process for all electors when they go to vote.

Two important items to remember to bring when you go to the voting place:

Advance Voting

Tuesday, October 14 to Sunday, October 19
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Electors vote in the ward they live in.

    • One location per ward - voting places are now available for public consultation.

Tuesday, October 14 to Friday, October 17
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Electors from any ward may vote at City Hall.

Election Day

Monday, October 27
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Electors vote in the ward and neighbourhood they live in.

    • Voting places will be available for public consultation beginning July 2

Identification is needed when you go to vote. Remember to bring:

  • One piece of identification showing your name and qualifying (Toronto) address

Your voter information card cannot be used as a piece of identification. View the complete list of acceptable identification.

  • If you do not have acceptable ID, but your name is on the voters' list you will be required to sign a Declaration of Identity to receive a ballot.
  • If you do not have acceptable ID, and are not on the voters' list, you will be asked to return with your ID in order to receive a ballot.

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