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2018 Campaign Financial Statements
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Official Election Results 2018
Municipal elections are held the fourth Monday of October every four years under the Municipal Elections Act. The next municipal election will be October 22, 2018. Information about this election will be posted as it becomes available.
The Town of Aylmer will conduct elections for 7 Council positions:
– 1 Mayor, elected by all the residents of the Town
– 1 Deputy Mayor, elected by all the residents of the Town
– 5 Councillors, elected by all the residents of the Town.
By-law 16-17 was passed by Town Council on May 1, 2017. This By-law authorizes the use of internet and telephone voting as an Alternative Voting Method for the 2018 Municipal Election. There will be no polling stations.
General Election Information
Learn more about the municipal elections at the Ministry of Municipal Affairs website
Nominations for the 2018 municipal and school board elections may be filed beginning May 1, 2018. Updated Guides and Forms will be posted when they become available.
The Town of Aylmer has an Accessibility Policy in place. The 2018 Municipal Election will be conducted with having regard to the policies as established.
The internet/telephone voting methods provides accessibility as an elector is able to access the voting system from home or from virtually anywhere in the world, through the use of a personal computer, mobile phone or tablet.
Town Staff are available for assistance during business hours Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. during the voting period.
Comments can be shared by contacting Andy Grozelle, CAO at [email protected] or by Phone: 519-773-3164 ext: 4901
Ontario’s municipal and school board elections take place on October 22, 2018. If you are a resident, owner or tenant of property in Ontario, a Canadian citizen and 18 years of age you can vote in Ontario’s municipal and school board elections.
We all play a role in ensuring a fair electoral system, and it is the responsibility of every elector to make sure their information is up-to-date and accurately reflected for electoral purposes. By logging into voterlookup.ca eligible electors can:
- confirm the accuracy of your elector information;
- update your information where incorrectly recorded; and/or,
- add a name to the enumeration so that it is correctly recorded for municipal and school board voting purposes.
- change school support;
- voterlookup.ca cannot process requests concerning persons who are under 18 years of age on Election Day (October 22, 2018).
How the Town of Aylmer puts the list together:
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) maintains the Voters’ List for all Ontario municipalities.
Before an election, MPAC provides each municipality with a preliminary Voters’ List based on information obtained through its enumeration list. The Town then shares this list with its voters to make sure it’s complete and accurate.
In the Four Years Between Elections:
MPAC works to maintain the Voters’ List and makes revisions based on information they receive about owner or occupant information for properties in the Town of Aylmer.
Add or Remove Occupants from Your Property
Did you move from a home you owned, to a rental property?
Have your adult children permanently left home?
Do you have new tenants?
If you answer yes to one of these questions, you may need to update the occupancy or school board support information for your property.
Director of Corporate/Legislative Services – Town Clerk
Phone: 519-773-3164 ext:4911
Email: [email protected]