The municipal election takes place on October 22 and campaigning for the positions of Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Councillors will probably begin in earnest in September.
The first thing you should know is that there will be no paper ballots this year. All voting will take place electronically. Votes can be cast either online through the internet or by telephone. Voting begins on October 12 at 10:00 a.m. and continues through to 8:00 p.m. on October 22.
To vote, residents should check first that they are on the voters list by going to: www.voterlookup.ca. This list is managed by MPAC, the group that compiles Ontario property assessment values for municipalities. Next you’ll want to identify candidates running in your Council ward. Innisfil has 7 wards. Go to: www.getinvolvedinnisfil.ca/innisfilvotes2018 to view a map with Innisfil’s ward boundaries.
Now, meet your candidates …
- Barb Baguley
- Stan Daurio
- Lynn Dollin
For Deputy Mayor
- Paul Best
- Dan Davidson
- Steven Fishman
- Angela Gravelle
- Henry Kooistra
Candidates & profiles, (Innisfil Votes)
Ward 2 is not being contested and Bill Van Berkel has been acclaimed as Councillor. Candidates for all other wards are on the Official List of Certified Candidates.
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