2014 MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOMINATIONS
Nominations for the offices of Mayor, Councillors and School Trustee for the 2014 Municipal Election may be filed during normal office hours
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from January 2, 2014 until 2 pm on September 12 2014.
On Nomination Day, September 12, 2014,
nomination papers may be filed or withdrawn between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Information and prescribed nomination forms may be obtained from the Municipal Clerk’s Office,
Municipal Office 8285 Majestic Hills Drive (south of Camborne).
Nomination Papers must be filed at 8285 Majestic Hills Drive for the office of Mayor , Deputy Mayor or Councillor.
Nominations Papers for School Board Trustee must be filed at the designated location for that particular School Board.
ARE YOU ON THE VOTERS LIST?
As an eligible elector you will be able to confirm or update your information for the upcoming municipal and school board elections. VoterLookup.ca will be active unitil approximately July 15, 2014 to assist Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) in the preparation of the preliminary list of electors. MPAC welcomes your participation in an effort to provide a better and more accurate preliminary list of electors for use in the Municipal Election- October 27, 2014. Voterlookup.ca includes options for you to verify that you are on the Voter's List, complete school support information charges for electoral purposes and add names(s) to an existing municipal address.
VoterLookup.ca has been designed with privacy and security in mind and was built in accordance with the Privacy by Design principles.
Before you access VoterLookup.ca you will need to have the following on hand: your property address and/or full assessment roll number (not account number) and your full name and date of birth.
By clicking on the icon below you will be able to confirm your name is on the Voter's List. (Any questions may be directed to MPAC at 1-866-296-6722)
Updating this information will help to ensure that Voter's Lists, prepared by the municipality, are accurate and up to date in preparation for he municipal and school board elections occuring this fall.
New Method of Voting
Hamilton Township Council passed a By-law 2014-13 Authorizing Electors to use an alternative method of voting, namely "voting by internet" and by "telephone" for Hamilton Township Municipal Elections.
2014 Nomination Form
2014 Candidates' Guide for Ontario Municipal Election and School Board Elections
2014 Voters' Guide for Ontario Municipal School Board Elections
2014 Candidates Guide for School Board - English
2014 Candidates Guide for School Board - French
MPAC (Municipal Property Assessment Corporation)
2010 Municipal Election
Official Results declared October 26, 2010
9275 Eligible Voters - 2642 Ballots cast = 28.5% Voter Turnout.
Until 1974 elections for local Councils were held annually. In 1974, the regulations were changed to school board and municipal elections being held every other year. The practice of every three years started in 1982. The Council term beginning in 2007 saw the first four year term.