Polls open until 9 p.m. in provincial election

Seen in image above: Nelson Zandbergen, Editor and Owner of Nation Valley News, casted his vote in Chesterville earlier this morning. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Voter card not needed to vote!

Kelsey Smith
Nation Valley News

S-D-SG — Polls opened this morning in Ontario’s provincial election and remain open until 9 p.m. Although your voter card is not necessary it will speed up the voting process. If you do not have your voter card, don’t fret! Simply show up with two forms of I.D. with proof of address. A photo I.D. is not required.

Some of the parties are offering rides to the polling stations. Inquire with candidates Jim McDonell (PC) , Heather Megill (Liberal), Marc Benoit (NDP), Elaine Kennedy (Green), and Sabile Trimm (Libertarian).  

For those who aren’t quite sure where their assigned voting station is, click on the link below; it will ask for your postal code:

https://voterinformationservice.elections.on.ca/en/election/search

Check out the list of voters rights below:

Screenshot courtesy of Elections Ontario website

Check out the Elections Ontario website for further information.

 

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