Who Can Vote
You can vote in Aurora's 2018 Municipal Election if you are:
- A Canadian citizen; and
- 18 years of age or older; and
- A resident of the Town of Aurora; or
- A non-resident who is, or whose spouse is, an owner or tenant of land in the Town of Aurora; and
- Not prohibited from voting by law
Please note that you can only vote once no matter how many voting days there are or how many properties you own or rent in the Town of Aurora.
The following are prohibited from voting:
- a person who is serving a sentence of imprisonment in a penal or correctional institution;
- a corporation;
- a person acting as executor or trustee or in any other representative capacity, except as a voting proxy
- a person who was convicted of the corrupt practice described in subsection 90(3), if voting day in the current election is less than five years after voting day in the election in respect of which he or she was convicted
Check the Voters' List
Potential electors can visit voterlookup.ca to confirm and/or update their electoral information in a few easy steps. You can also change your school support for electoral purposes and add names to your property address.
Updating this information will help to ensure that Voters' Lists are accurate and up-to-date in preparation for municipal and school board elections occurring this fall.
The following resources provide information to voters for the 2018 municipal council and school board elections.