Election Day in Oakville: 7 Parties Running

Ontario Provincial Election is on June 12, 2014

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Election Day in Oakville: 7 Parties Running
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Nolan A Machan

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Nolan Machan is the Publisher of OakvilleNews.Org and has over 41 years of local Oakville knowledge. He is committed to providing Oakville residents with the most up-to-date information about our great town.

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Election day will soon be here. To make your life easier here is additional information as well as links to Elections Ontario, local candidates where available and the political parties running in Halton and Oakville. 

Are you wondering where you can vote? Well, Election Ontario has a tool which will help you find your polling station.

 

Oakville & Halton have a large number of parties and candidates running in this election. Here is a list of the candidates and their party affiliations.

Oakville Candidates:

 

Halton Candidates:

 

The Oakville Chamber of Commerce asked each of the candidates questions, which are provided on Chamber’s Website under the title:

 

Halton Region submitted a set of questions for the candidates, answers are provided on the Halton’s website:

 

Party Platforms are laid out on each of their websites. These links provide you with an easy link which will help you to review how each prospective party would run Ontario.

 

OakvilleNews.Org made a committed effort not endorse any political party or candidate. We’ve given you the tools to make an informed decision about who you believe would run the province in a way that aligns with your beliefs. Not always an easy task. However, we are one of the fortunate countries in the world where we as citizens make the decision on who will run our province.

Please take the time to vote, people around the world are dying for this right.


Correction: (June 12, 2014 3:05PM) This article was corrected to accurately reflect the opening times of the voting locations. Originally, the opening times were listed as 10:00AM to 8:00PM. We apologize for the error.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Norma Emberley says:

    if I didn’t received the card for voting, can I still do it? at my building 1180 Dorval Drive Oakville

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  2. John P. New says:

    Yes, you can still vote!

    The process differs slightly depending on whether you are on the Voters List (and just didn’t get the card) or not.

    First, go to http://wemakevotingeasy.ca/en/interactive-tools.aspx to see if you are on the Voters List, and to find your electoral district and polling station.

    Then go to http://wemakevotingeasy.ca/en/how-to-vote.aspx and click on the section “Voting in Person” which will reveal the process to vote.

    Don’t forget to bring a piece of identification with your name and address on it to make things easier. If you don’t have that kind of ID or have forgotten it, you can still vote after filling out a statutory declaration. This process is also detailed in the “Voting in Person” section.

    Hope that Helps!

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