Election Day

POLLS ARE OPEN 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Not much to say today, but get out and vote.

Your actions today, will shape Windsor for the next four years.

The last election had an embarrassing 38% voter turnout. That mean that out of every 10 people you pass on the street or at the mall, more than 6 of them were too lazy to vote.

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned over the years of running this site, is that there are plenty of people with opinions 🙂 Now get out and vote.


If you’re not sure what ward you’re in:


If you didn’t receive a voters card, that’s ok – just go to your polling location and bring Proof of Identity. Click here for a full list of what can be accepted, or call 311


Also remember that by law, if the voting station is closing, you will be allowed to complete your vote if you are in line at the voting place prior to 8:00 p.m.

Make sure to check in later tonight/tomorrow, for a special edition election recap.


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