If you have already made up your mind about who is getting your vote in the provincial election you can cast your ballot beginning Thursday, May 19th.
Advance polling stations have opened in all 124 ridings across the province. The hours for advance polls are from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. Advance voting is also available at returning offices and satellite offices from May 21 to May 27.
Greg Essensa the province’s chief electoral officer says they are trying to make voting easier, “Starting today (Thursday), voters in Ontario can cast their ballots during 10 days of advance voting. As part of our modernization efforts, voters can use the Elections Ontario app to find their advance voting locations and get a scannable version of their voter information card—one of the many ways we are working to make voting easier.”
If you have received your voter information card the location of the advance poll in your area is on there. Take that card with you when you go to vote. You do not need it to vote but you will be asked to show one piece of identification showing your name and address.
The deadline to vote by mail is quickly approaching. If you would like this option you must apply by May 27th. Once the application is approved you will receive a voting kit in the mail.
Election Day is June 2nd and polling stations will be open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm for in-person voting.