Here are the options for all Londoners who are registered to vote - just
pick the one which is most convenient for you.
Take advantage of the new “mail-in" ballot. It is available to any eligible
voter and only requires submitting a completed Application for
Registration for a Special Vote by Mail Ballot between September 7 and
24, 2010. This option may work well for anyone who would otherwise arrange a
proxy vote. Please note that once the registration for a special vote is
accepted, the voting can only be done by by mail ballot.
Vote early at any of the City's ten
poll locations. These include seven shopping malls, the campus of
Fanshawe College and the University of Western Ontario as well as City Hall.
A state-of-the-art accessible voting machine will be available at the City's
300 Dufferin Avenue poll location. The introduction of this new equipment
will assist voters with visual, auditory and other disabilities to vote
independently and privately. Open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., these advance
polls may be used by any voter from any ward. Again, please don't forget to
Cast your ballot at your neighbourhood polling station - you should receive
a Voter Notification Card that tells you where your voting location before
Election Day. Remember to bring identification.
Vote by Proxy. Any qualified elector may appoint another person who is also
a qualified elector to vote on their behalf by completing a proxy
certificate. The certificate can be picked up in-person at the
Election Office, or you
can phone or email us and request that we send you the certificate by mail.
Proxy applications will only be mailed to the person applying for the proxy,
not the person who will be voting. Proxy certificates are available
beginning September 13.