Ontario votes today

On Thursday, electors are expected to cast their ballots in Ontario’s 40th provincial election, which several surveys imply could be one of the province’s closest votes in a very long time. Polling will begin at 9 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. ET.

The Ontarians who registered themselves on the voters list should have received an acknowledgement card in the mail. This, along with accepted identification, must be presented at the polling station before voting. Sites of different polling stations are written on the card.

Electors who refused to receive a registration card in the mail are still entitled to vote by appearing at their polling station with accepted identification.

Eligible voters should be 18 or above, a Canadian citizen, live in an electoral district. Double voting is not allowed. The most useful papers in this situation are the notice of registration (voter information) card that was mailed to those who are on the electors list. The card identifies the nearby polling station, possibly situated inside a public school or community centre.

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