Voting Day in Oakville: What to do and Who are the candidates

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Voting Day in Oakville: What to do and Who are the candidates
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Voting Day

Monday, October 27, 2014 is your day to vote for who you feel will best represent you. Voting stations open at 10:00 AM and voting ends at 8:00 PM.

Full Roaster of Candidates

Click on the candidates names to be taken to their website. Some candidates do not have websites.

Mayor

Gordon Brennan, Rob Burton, Mary Kennedy, John McLaughlin, Greg Warchol

Ward 1
Town Councillor
Steven Maloney, Ralph Robinson
Town & Regional Councillor
Alan Johnston, Sean O’Meara, Linda Oliver

Ward 2
Town Councillor
Damian Burt, Pam Damoff
Town & Regional Councillor
Cathy Duddeck, David Lee

Ward 3
Town Councillor
Mike Cunningham, Tim Danter, Bob Ferguson, Nick Hutchins, Scott McColeman, Ron Newman, Andrew Pask, Scott Weller
Town & Regional Councillor
Dave Gittings, Ben Palmer

Ward 4
Town Councillor
Roger Lapworth, Liana Palmerio-McIvor, Faisal Saab
Town & Regional Councillor
Allan Elgar, John Foster

Ward 5
Town Councillor
Ibrahim Daniyal, Marc Grant, Del McIntee, Linda Nazareth, Bob Seccaspina
Town & Regional Councillor
Hugh Boyd, Jeff Knoll, Ann Mulvale

Ward 6
Town Councillor
Max Khan, Gurinder Singh, Shan Weerasinghe
Town & Regional Councillor
Tom Adams, Kinder Sidhu

For Regional, and Education Candidates
Please refer to the All Candidate’s section on the Town of Oakville Website

Where do I Vote?

The town of Oakville has a wonderful voting location finder. Just fill in the information, and it will provide you with several locations. Click here to be directed to the site.

Voter Qualifications

A qualified voter must be:

  • A Canadian Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • A resident of the Town of Oakville or the owner or tenant of land in the Town of Oakville, or the spouse of such owner or tenant
  • Not prohibited by law from voting on Voting Day

What do I need to bring?

Identification and Voter Information Notices are all you need!

Acceptable forms of identification include:

  • Driver’s Licence
  • Ontario Photo Card
  • Ontario photo health card (must have address)
  • Current Visa or Bank Statement or
  • Current Insurance Policy

Full list of acceptable identification (20 kB) 

Check to see if you are on the Voters’ List by visiting our Am I on the Voters’ List? page. If you are not on the Voters’ List, or haven’t received a Voter Information Notice, please check if you are on the Voters’ List or contact the Clerk’s Department by calling 905-815-6015 or e-mailing elections@oakville.ca.

Voter Information Notices have been sent. If you haven’t received a Voter Information Notice by the end of September, you can complete an Application to Amend the Voters’ List form by visiting the Clerk’s department or using our online Voter Registration service. Please note that photo identification and original signatures are required to submit this form.

Find out which offices and candidates you can vote for by visiting the list of registered candidates page.

Sample Ballots by Ward

Sample ballots for each voting ward have been provided below. These samples include each ballot type by school support which includes English Public, English Separate, French Public, French Separate and Non-Resident.

Sample Ballots – Ward 1 (pdf, 1112 kB)
Sample Ballots – Ward 2 (pdf, 1102 kB)
Sample Ballots – Ward 3 (pdf, 1222 kB)
Sample Ballots – Ward 4 (pdf, 1153 kB)
Sample Ballots – Ward 5 (pdf, 1138 kB)
Sample Ballots – Ward 6 (pdf, 1107 kB)

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