Municipal Election: Monday, October 14
In only three days, a municipal election is being held.
On Monday, October 24, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., we will have the opportunity to vote for mayor, city councillor, and school board trustee.
Before October 24, you can use the MyVote Web Application to access information about who is eligible to vote, where to vote, and who is running in your ward. It’s important to make an informed decision on who to vote for. For fact-checked information about every Toronto election candidate for all of these positions, and to learn about where they stand on various issues, please visit https://thelocal.to/candidate-tracker/.
Roden Public School will be hosting a polling station in the library on Monday, October 24. Please check your voting card OR MyVote to confirm your local voting station based on your residential address.
Vote Compass (https://votecompass.thestar.com/toronto2022) is a tool with data compiled by political data scientists at McMaster University. It can help you decide which candidates best align with your values.
Voting is an important civic duty and a vital part of a healthy democracy. We encourage everyone to exercise this privilege and get out there on Monday.