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October 7, 2014
Voter information cards in the mail for Toronto's municipal election
Every eligible elector on the voters' list will receive a voter information card. The cards, which are being mailed this week, provide information about when and where to vote either during the advance vote October 14 to 19 or on Election Day, Monday, October 27.

People who have not received a voter information card by the middle of October can use the online tool MyVote to find out when and where to vote during the advance vote and on Election Day, including a mapping feature showing where the voting place is in the ward:

Electors are encouraged to bring their voter information card with them when they go to vote. It will help make voting quicker and easier.

When they go to vote, all electors are required to have identification showing their name and qualifying (Toronto) address. A complete list of identification can be found at

For more information, call 416-338-1111, email, or visit the City’s website at TTY phone service: 416-338-0889

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