Thursday, June 7 is Election Day in Ontario.
Since we launched our Ontario elections “Make it Count” campaign in April, we have made workers’ issues impossible to ignore by any of the political parties.
This Thursday, June 7 is our opportunity to transform this hard work into a government that will make Ontario better and more equal.
Here is everything you need to know about how to vote on June 7.
When can I vote? Polling stations are open on Election Day from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Where can I vote? To find your election day voting location click here and enter your postal code.
What is an acceptable form of ID to vote? You need to prove your identity and current address in order to vote. You can either do so with a single piece of government issued I.D. that has both a photo and address (i.e. drivers’ license) or a combination of one piece of I.D. that provides your name plus a separate proof of address such as your Voter Information Card, a bank statement or utility bill, or many other options.
What should I do after voting? After you’ve voted, go over to Facebook and add the “I voted in #ONelxn” frame to your profile picture to let your friends know that you participated in the democratic process, and they should too!