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The 2021 Canadian Federal Election is September 20th.

Man holding a magnifying glass to read text on a computer screen to symbolize searching for information under the text, “Get official info.”Are you ready to vote? In this election you will be voting in the riding of York-Simcoe, selecting a Member of Parliament (MP).

Residents of East Gwillimbury will be able to vote on: 

Monday September 20th, 2021

Early Voting Dates:

Friday, September 10, 2021
Saturday, September 11, 2021
Sunday, September 12, 2021
Monday, September 13, 2021

For more information on how and where to vote, please visit the Elections Canada’s Website.

Members of the Library Board sent out the following list of questions to candidates in this Federal election to hear their thoughts on Libraries.  Click on the candidate’s name below to find out what they said. We have also added a link to the candidates webpage if you wish to find out more information about a specific candidate:

Vote by Mail:

Do you require assistance with signing up for Vote by Mail? Book a 1:1 Tech Help by clicking this link, or call the library at 905 836 6492

The deadline to vote by mail is Tuesday September 14th.

To vote by mail visit the Elections Canada Site here. You will be completing a form to request a Special Ballot. Once you have completed the form you will receive a voting kit in the mail.

To complete this request, you will need to scan copies of either photo ID, or other forms of identification identified by Elections Canada.

The Library offers free scanning at both of its branches during our open hours, and would be happy to assist with the steps required to sign up for Mail in Voting.

Candidates for Member of Parliament for York-Simcoe

For more information about this candidate and their political party, click here.


For more information about this candidate and their political party, click here.


For more information about this candidate and their political party, click here.


For more information about this candidate and their political party, click here.


For more information about this candidate and their political party, click here.


 

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