No Paper Ballots for the 2018 Municipal Election:
- Council chose to adopt telephone and internet voting for the 2018 Municipal Election. This will allow voting 24 hours a day, during October 9th until October 22nd from any telephone or any device that provides internet access.
- There will be no paper ballots.
- Please watch for your Voter Information Letter to be mailed to you directly in September or early October 2018, providing you with a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
MPAC (Municipal Property Assessment Corporation) will be once again responsible for collecting the data to create the Voters List. As in 2014, to ensure accuracy, eligible electors will be able to check and modify their personal information at: www.voterlookup.ca
For any questions regarding the 2018 Municipal Election, please feel free to contact the Returning Officer.
The Township of Douro-Dummer recognizes that persons with disabilities should be provided with an equal opportunity to access goods, services and information in a manner consistent with the principles of independence, dignity, integration and equality.
Crystal McMillan, Clerk/Planning Coordinator
Deputy Returning Officer:
Martina Chait-Hartwig, Deputy Clerk