Everything You Need to Know About Voting in Brampton

Published October 21, 2018 at 7:29 pm

It’s finally here: Election Day in Brampton.

Residents will be asked to choose their next mayor, city / regional councillors as well as Peel school board trustees.

It’s finally here: Election Day in Brampton.

Residents will be asked to choose their next mayor, city / regional councillors as well as Peel school board trustees.

Here is everything you need to know about voting in Brampton.

When and where to vote

Voting takes place on Monday, October 22. Polls are open from 10 am to 8 pm across the city’s 10 wards.

Brampton has provided this interactive map that allows you to find your polling station. Just enter your street address and number and it will highlight your ward with the voting areas.

You can vote in any of the polling stations located within your designated ward.

Residents should have already received a Voters’ Notice informing them where and how to vote. If you have not received said notice in the mail, you can check online to see if you’re on the Voters List.

What you need with you to vote

Bring your Voter Notice (if you received one in the mail), and a piece of identification that shows your name and Brampton address, such as: an Ontario Driver’s Licence or a utility bill. A full list of acceptable documents for identification is available here.

Who is eligible to vote?

In order to cast a ballot, you must be:

  • A Canadian citizen residing in Brampton.

  • At least 18 years old on Voting Day.

  • If you do not live in Brampton but you or your spouse owns or rents property in the city, you may still be able to vote.

Who is running?

For a recap on the candidates running in this election for city council and school board, you can read this previous piece, or peruse the city’s own certified list.

But here is a quick rundown of those seeking to represent you on Brampton City Council.


  • Mansoor Ameersulthan

  • Patrick Brown

  • Baljit Gosal

  • Wesley Jackson

  • Linda Jeffrey (incumbent)

  • Vinod Kumar Mahesan

  • John Sprovieri

Ward 1 and 5 City Councillor

  • Sanjeev Bansal Sanjeev

  • Princess Boucher

  • Abdul Qayyum Chaudhry

  • Imtiaz Haider

  • Harmanpreet Mankoo

  • Karanjit Singh Pandher Karanjit

  • Don Patel

  • Joe Pimentel

  • Daryl Romeo

  • Rowena Santos

  • Josephine Tatangelo

Wards 1 and 5 Regional Councillor

  • Rajbir Kaur

  • Carman McClelland

  • Charles Moffatt

  • Harnek Rai

  • Mario Russo

  • Paul Vicente

Wards 2 and 6 City Councillor

  • Jermaine Chambers

  • Ojie F. Eghobor

  • Paul Mann

  • Jim McDowell

  • Lisa Pearce

  • M. Joseph Shaji

  • Joe Sidhu

  • Anwar Warsi

  • Doug Whillans (incumbent)

Wards 2 and 6 Regional Councillor

  • Gurpreet Kaur Bains

  • Everton Dwight Campbell

  • Shannon Iyer

  • Allan Jones

  • Lateef Khaliq

  • Nisha Luthra

  • Michael Paul Palleschi (incumbent)

  • Raghav Patel

Wards 3 and 4 City Councillor

  • Jeff Bowman (incumbent)

  • Parin Choksi

  • Harpreet Singh Hansra

  • Omar Mansoury

  • Ryan Rennie

  • Nishi Sidhu

  • Tanveer Singh

Wards 3 and 4 Regional Councillor

  • Prabhjot Grewal

  • Joseph Kus

  • Martin Medeiros (incumbent)

  • Chirag Patel

  • John Sanderson

Wards 7 and 8 City Councillor

  • Karla Bailey

  • Harveen Dhaliwal

  • Sam Kunjicka

  • Drew Riedstra

  • Cheryl Rodricks

  • Gurvinder Singh

  • Martin Singh

  • Mokshi Virk

  • Charmaine Williams

Wards 7 and 8 Regional Councillor

  • Pat Fortini
  • Bruce Marshall

  • Ajay Tandon

  • Cody Vatcher

Wards 9 and 10 City Councillor

  • Mangaljit Dabb

  • Michael Farquharson

  • Dharmaveer Gohil

  • Mahendra Gupta

  • Rohit Sidhu

  • Harkirat Singh

  • Naresh Tharani

Wards 9 and 10 Regional Councillor

  • Gurpreet Singh Dhillon

  • Vicky Dhillon

  • Michelle Shaw

For more information on Brampton’s municipal election, click here.

Are you going to vote today?

Here’s what’s happened during the election so far:

Here’s What’s Happening with Brampton Municipal Elections Right Now –>

Here’s What’s Happening with Brampton Municipal Elections (Part 2) –>

What Brampton Mayoral Candidates Are Saying in Debates –>

Is Linda Jeffrey Getting Help from Doug Ford? –>

What Patrick Brown and Linda Jeffrey Are Saying About Finances and Economy –>

Here’s How Brampton Councillors Voted These Past Four Years –>

Brampton’s MPs and MPPs Are Lining Up Behind Linda Jeffrey –>

Brown and Jeffrey Tied in Recent Brampton Poll –>

New Poll Shows One Candidate Leading Brampton Mayoral Race –>

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