Voter Information

Where do I vote?
You will receive a voter’s card in the mail from Elections Oakville with this information. Voter information notices will be mailed out in September. On Monday October 22, you can vote at any polling station in your ward from 10am to 8pm.

When can I vote?
Elections take place on Monday, October 22, 2018, 10am – 8pm

Advance voting is now closed.

Please visit for polling station locations.

Am I on the voter’s list?
If you are a resident, owner, or tenant of property in Oakville, a Canadian citizen, and 18 years of age, you can vote in Oakville’s municipal and school board elections.

To ensure you are on the list, visit the Oakville Voter Lookup List. By logging on, you can:

  • Confirm or update electoral information
  • Add an elector name to an address
  • Change school support*

* Catholic ratepayers must declare themselves to be Catholic and separate school electors in order to cast a vote in the election of separate school trustees in municipal elections.

What can I do if I arrive to vote and I am still not registered as a English Separate School supporter?
Step 1: Request an “Application to Amend Voters’ List”. This form may be completed and submitted at the polling station.
Step 2: Fill out the form right there. It takes just a moment.

What do I need to bring when I vote?
In order to vote, you will need identification and your voter information notice.

Acceptable forms of identification include:

  • Driver’s licence
  • Ontario photo card
  • Current utility bill
  • Current bank or credit card statement
  • Current insurance policy

I’m going to be away and will miss both the advance vote and voting day. Can I still vote?
Yes! You can vote by proxy. A relative or friend can vote for you on your behalf. Both you and your voting proxy will need to fill out the Appointment for Voting Proxy Form before you leave. Contact your municipal clerk for more information on how to appoint a proxy at 905-338-4178.

How many candidates can I vote for?
In Oakville, voting is at-large, not by ward. You can vote for up to 3 trustees. Your vote is not ranked. You are eligible to vote for any 3 Trustees that best represent you. You are not obligated to vote for all three.