Burlington taking survey of local residents to improve election process in 2026
Published December 5, 2022 at 1:33 pm
With the municipal election now in our rear view mirrors, the City of Burlington wants to find out what went right, or wrong, with an eye towards 2026.
An online survey is now available for local residents to give feedback about the 2022 municipal election process.
“We want to ensure the voting process for the municipal election in your city is easy and accessible for everyone,” said Kevin Arjoon, City clerk.
“Your comments and suggestions are important and will be used to help the City plan and prepare for Burlington’s next municipal election in 2026. Please consider taking five minutes to complete this survey, whether you voted or not.”
Of the 142,218 eligible voters in Burlington, 39,217, or 27.6 per cent, voted in the 2022 election, held Oct. 11 to 24, including:
- Advance voting locations (Oct. 15 and 18): 4,018 votes
- Online voting (Oct. 11 to 20): 14,980 votes
- Election Day, 24 voting locations (Oct. 24): 20,219 votes
The four-year term of office for the elected representatives is Nov. 15, 2022 to Nov. 14, 2026.
The online survey is available until Dec. 23 at the City website.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising