Voting by Mail
By October 21, 2022 at 12 p.m. (noon), you must have mailed back your completed Mail-in Voting package to Toronto Elections. m )
Whether you choose to mail your ballot back to Canada Post for arrival no later than October 21 or drop it off in a secure yellow drop box, be sure to get it back to us by then. Each district has one yellow drop box available until October 21 at 12 p.m. m ) Any of the yellow mailboxes is acceptable for dropping off your package.
Voter information packet contents:
- Formal written instructions or declarations that must be signed in order to cast a ballot
- The results of a legitimate vote
- Confidential ballots are contained in a white envelope.
- A yellow, postage-paid envelope for your return
Remember that a voter information card will also be mailed to you if you requested to vote by mail. You shouldn't worry about it. If your name is on the voters' list, you will receive a voter information card. When voting in person, a voter identification card is not required. If your request to vote by mail is accepted by Toronto Elections, you will be marked as "voted" and asked to refrain from casting a ballot in person during early voting or on election day. You are only allowed one vote. If you originally intended to vote by mail but then changed your mind and decided to vote in person, you will need to fill out a declaration at the polling place. You'll need to bring in proof of your identity and a suitable Toronto address.
Upon receipt of your voted-by-mail ballot, your vote is counted and your provisional ballot is discarded; you will no longer be able to vote in person.
If you have any questions or need any modifications made for your accessibility, please contact us at:
- Electoral Services of Toronto ca
- Call: 311
You can register to vote by mail if you are a registered voter in Toronto and would prefer not to vote in person.
Mail-in ballot applications were due on Friday, September 23.
To find out who is eligible to vote in the 2022 municipal election, read on.
- To register to vote by mail, you have until September 23, 2022.
- You can apply through their website until Friday, September 23, 2022, at 4:30 p.m., or you can call 416-338-1111 (option 5) to speak with someone at Toronto Elections. m
- Apply by 11:59 p.m. PT on April 30. m The 23rd of September
- Your voting materials will be mailed to you between September 23 and October 5 once they have been approved by Toronto Elections.
- Check out the local candidates for your ward.
- Mark your ballot by filling in the oval to the right of the candidate's name (only use a black or blue pen to mark your ballot) when you've made your selections for mayor, councilmembers, and school trustees.
- Voting by mail requires careful attention to the enclosed instructions.
- Before the October 21st, noon (12 p.m.) deadline, be sure to mail back your completed ballot to Toronto Elections. m )
- Vote by mail packages can be returned in one of two ways:
- Put the envelope with postage already paid in any Canada Post mailbox by October 21.
- Bring to a ward's yellow drop box by hand. Vote by mail packages can be dropped off at any location with a yellow box.
If you want to add your name or change your information on the voters' list, you may need to upload identification when applying for mail-in voting.
Voters in Toronto only need one piece of photo identification with their name and address on it. Check out the complete list of approved identification
Your ballot, declaration/instruction form, secrecy envelope, and pre-paid yellow envelope (within Canada) will all arrive in the mail.
Your marked ballot will be counted only if you do the following.
- Please complete the Declaration Form and attach it. If you don't sign the Declaration Form, your ballot will be thrown out.
- If necessary, include a photocopy of your identification in the yellow Election Return Envelope (but don't seal it).
- Simply drop the completed and detached Declaration Form into the unstamped yellow Election Return Envelope.
- After casting your vote, place your ballot in the white Ballot Secrecy Envelope and make sure it's sealed.
- Seal the yellow Election Return Envelope and place it inside the white Ballot Secrecy Envelope.
The yellow Election Return Envelope containing all necessary materials must be received by noon (12 p. m ) by mail via Canada Post on Friday, October 21, 2022, or in person between October 7 and October 21 at a yellow Mail-in Voting Drop Box.
All of the secure yellow drop boxes for mail-in ballots can be used to drop off your ballot when you're finished voting. Beginning at noon on Monday, October 7 and ending on Friday, October 21 at the drop boxes, m ) There will be a single drop box per ward, but packages can be left at any of these locations.
Between now and October 21 at 12 p.m., the drop boxes will be emptied and monitored by CCTV every day. m )
In order for Toronto Elections to count your mail-in ballot, it must arrive at their offices by noon (12 p. m at the current local time on Friday, October 21, 2022 Afterwards, packages won't be included in the total.
Your yellow return envelope can be dropped off at a secure yellow drop box or mailed back to you via Canada Post. There will be one drop box in each floor.
Once you've submitted your application online and received a confirmation email, you can use that code to check the status of your shipment. You'll be able to see the exact time your request was received. has been approved, when it has been mailed, and when Toronto Elections has received your completed package
Please keep in mind that you can't drop off your completed mail-in ballot at a polling place.
Beginning September 1, 2022, all international mailing requests must be submitted online.
If your application is accepted, your ballot package will be mailed to you by Toronto Elections beginning September 23, 2022 using standard postage rates through Canada Post. It typically takes 5–7 business days for an international letter to arrive via Canada Post.
The cost of return postage and mailing your completed mail-in ballot package is your responsibility. Elections Toronto does not accept ballots or packages via email. When returning materials to Toronto Elections, please do so before Friday, October 21 at noon (12 p. m ) in order for your ballot to be tabulated
Eligible overseas voters also have the option of voting by proxy, where they can appoint another voter who meets the same criteria to cast their ballot on their behalf. For more information, please email [email protected].
If you submitted your application online and received a confirmation number via email, you can use this number to check the status of your shipment. The status of your request can be viewed at any time. package is approved, when it is mailed, and when Toronto Elections receives it
Don't hesitate to contact Toronto Elections if you don't receive your package despite the fact that tracking indicates it was sent or returned. To reach the city of Toronto, dial 416-338-1111 and select option 5.
To discuss accessibility accommodation options, please call 416-338-1111 and select option 5 if you need help with any part of the application process, including completing the packaging and marking your ballot, or mailing your completed Mail-in Vote package.
If you need help, talk to a loved one, caretaker, or designated person instead of a candidate for the 2022 election.
Voting by mail applications received after September 1, 2022 can include a request for a braille voting package. Canada Post will begin sending out Braille Mail-in Ballot Packets on September 23.
When the package is shipped, you will receive an email with further resources and instructions.
Items included in the braille package are:
- It's a braille instruction/declaration form that needs to be signed and sent back.
- Vote official with this braille overlay template.
- The results of a legitimate vote
- Your official ballot and overlay template, along with a braille and print version of the candidate list
- Braille embossed label for use in a ballot privacy envelope
- Included: a braille-embossed return address label and a pre-paid, yellow envelope.
Call 416-338-1111 and select option 5 to reach the Mail-in Voting team so that they can send you a replacement ballot.
When your application to vote by mail is accepted by Toronto Elections, you will be marked as "voted" and asked not to cast a ballot in the early voting period or on election day.
For those who have applied for Mail-in Voting but haven't yet returned their ballots, a declaration must be filled out at the polling place to indicate that they will instead be voting in person. In order to cast a ballot in person, you must be able to prove your identity.
If you have already mailed in your ballot, you will not be able to cast a vote at a polling place. Voting is now closed.
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