Last chance to vote for mayor, city councillors is at your local poll Monday, Oct. 24


Published October 20, 2022 at 2:48 pm

Election day in Burlington is just around the corner and the final chance to head to the polls is Monday, Oct. 24.

This is the last opportunity eligible voters have to cast their vote and choose who they want to represent them as mayor and city councillors. Eligible voters will also vote for Halton Regional chair and school board trustees.

On Election Day, voting locations will be open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. There are four voting locations in each ward. Eligible electors can vote at any voting location in their ward.

To determine which ward you live in, and which voting location is closest to you, view the Voter Information Letter sent to the homes of eligible Burlington voters earlier this fall.

If you didn’t receive a Voter Information Letter, you can complete the voters’ list form here. The results will display the ward you live in and your designated voting locations. In addition, it shows a complete list of voting locations.

Before heading out to a voting location on Election Day, remember to bring:

  • your Voter Information Letter, although even without one you can still vote
  • one piece of identification that has your name and address on it. Photo identification is not required.

The City Clerk declares the official election results as soon as possible after voting day on Oct. 24.

Unofficial results will be shared at the website in real time beginning at 8 p.m. on election night. Voting results will be updated on a regular basis throughout election night.

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