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November 1, 2000
Advance voting continues for City of Toronto's municipal election
Toronto voters are taking advantage of the opportunity to vote early for this
year's City of Toronto municipal election. Advance voting began October 23. As
of Tuesday, October 31, 2,132 eligible Toronto voters had cast ballots for the
November 13 municipal election.

Advance voting continues this week from noon to 6 p.m. at City Hall and the
five civic centres. Voters can also vote this Sunday, November 5, from noon to
5 p.m. at the same locations.

Advance voting will also take place on Saturday, November 4 and Wednesday,
November 8 from noon to 8 p.m. at one location in each of the City's 44 wards.
Distinct Vote2000 vote-at-cards are being mailed to eligible voters this week.
The vote-at-cards tell electors where in their wards they can vote in the
advance poll, as well as on Election Day.

You do not need a special reason to vote early.

This year, electors will be choosing one mayor, one councillor and one school
board trustee in each ward. Two wards, Ward 27 and Ward 43, have acclaimed
councillors and, therefore, will only elect a mayor and trustee.

People are reminded to ensure they are on the voters' list by calling
416-338-1111. As well, to speed up the voting process, voters are asked to
bring identification to voting places.

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