Voter Information

Voters can cast their ballot over an eight day period from October 17 to October 24, 2022 by Internet or Telephone (only). The video below provides an overview of the process for both methods.

Voting is how citizens connect with the political process and how future leaders and representatives are chosen. When you take part in an election and express your view, you make democracy work and help shape your community.

In the 2022 municipal election, Bracebridge voters will choose the Mayor, Councillors and School Board Trustees. Voting for a Mayor, your ward Councillor and District Councillors gives you a say in the direction the Town of Bracebridge will take. This includes changes and additions to services that impact the people of Bracebridge daily, such as transit, parks, recreation programs, animal and by-law services, and more. School Board Trustees are elected to make decisions on budgets and facilities in your school system.

For more information, please check out the 2022 Voters' Guide, prepared by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. 

Discover the requirements to be an eligible voter in the upcoming Eunicipal election.

Use our interactive tool to find your Ward and determine which candidates you can vote for.

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