Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for visiting our website. Below you will find answers to some common questions about the municipal election like where you can vote. If you have any other questions, please feel free to email us at

You can also learn more about our plan to Finish What We Started Here.

I didn't receive my voter letter from the City!


If you did not receive a voter letter from the City, you are still entitled to vote. You can find out where and when by visiting or call our campaign phone number 613-699-8163. You can show up at your polling station with identification that has your name and address, you will be asked to fill out a form, and then proceed to vote.

When can I vote?


You can vote on:

Election Day

Monday October 27 @ 10am-8pm

Where do I vote?


You can find out where your polling station is by Clicking Here and searching your address.

I need help getting to the polling station.


We are happy to help get you to your polling station. Click here to fill out a form.

What do I need to vote?


A single, original piece of identification must be presented that shows your name and qualifying Ottawa address (where you currently live or own property). There is no longer a requirement to show identification with a signature. 

You must present a document showing your name and address, such as:

  • Ontario driver’s licence 
  • Ontario Health Card (photo card) 
  • Ontario Photo Card 

For a complete list of other accepted documents, Click Here.

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