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Check your mail – Voter Notices are on the way!

​BRAMPTON, ON (September 22, 2022) – If you are an eligible voter in the 2022 Brampton Municipal and School Board Election, be sure to check your mailbox for your Voter Notice delivered by Canada Post! Voter Notices have been mailed to everyone who is currently on the Voters’ List. A white envelope, containing election information and Voter Notices for each voter at an address, is on its way and should be delivered in the next few days.

The Voter Notice is an important document. Voters are asked to take their Voter Notice and a piece of identification with them when they go to vote in October.

Didn’t receive a Voter Notice?
If you don’t receive a Voter Notice, your name may not be on the Voters’ List. Visit the City’s website to see if you are on the Voters’ List.

You can also update your information or request to be added to the Voters’ List on the City’s website. Updates and online registration for the Voters’ List can be done until 5 pm on October 15.

Can I vote without a Voter Notice?
Yes, just remember to take a piece of identification showing your name and qualifying Brampton address to the voting location. If you are not on the Voters’ List, you can be added to the list at the voting location.

When and where to vote?
Advance Voting will take place on October 7, 8, 9, 14 and 15. To find the Advance Voting location closest to you, visit the City’s website.

Voting Day is on Monday, October 24. On this day, you can vote at any location within your ward. You can find the list of locations in your ward on the City’s website.

Can’t make it to a voting location?
If you are an eligible Brampton voter who can’t make it on Voting Day or any of the Advance Voting dates, you may appoint another eligible Brampton voter to vote on your behalf. Any person whose name is on the Voters’ List or who has been added to the Voters’ List may vote by proxy. More information about proxy voting is available on the City’s website.

Eligible voters who are homebound due to illness, injury or disability may apply to vote using the Home Voting service on October 11, 12 and 13. Limited appointments will be available to those who meet the eligibility requirements. More information about the service and appointment process is available on the City’s website.
“Voter Notices save time for all who are voting in the 2022 Brampton Municipal and School Board Election on Voting Day. Be sure to check your mail for your Voter Notice, and if you don’t receive one, visit the City’s website to check if you’re on the Voters’ List! By bringing your Voter Notice and ID on Voting Day, you help to ensure a smoother process for all Brampton voters.”
- Peter Fay, City Clerk and Returning Officer, City of Brampton


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