Election Day is Oct 22, 2018. Who will you vote for?
Check if you are registered to vote
May 1 – Nominations open
July 27 – Nominations close at 2:00 pm
July 27 – Deadline to withdraw a nomination at 2:00 pm
October 10 – Meet the Candidates at Lambton Mall from 5 pm to 9 pm
October 11 at 9:00 am – October 22 at 8:00 pm – Voting Period
October 22 – Election Day
December 1 – First day of 4-year term
e-voting in Sarnia
This year, Sarnia residents will vote via an internet or telephone connection instead of paper ballots. Voting will take place between 9:00 am on October 11 and 8:00 pm October 22 .
Wondering how e-voting will work?
Check out this FAQ document
Attend a public information session on Wed. September 19 at 10:00 am or 7:00 pm at Sarnia City Hall
City of Sarnia Candidates Survey – updated Sept 20
The Chamber sent out a survey to all of the candidates running for a seat on Sarnia City Council, including Mayor. Here are the responses.
Public Discussion Forums
Get to know the candidates, post questions and discuss the election issues in public forums on social media. Here are just some that the Chamber is aware of:
(Note: these sites are not affiliated with the Chamber)
- 2018 Candidates’ Guide for Ontario Municipal & School Board Elections – Ministry of Municipal Affairs
- 2018 Voter’s Guide for Ontario Municipal Council & School Board Elections– Ministry of Municipal Affairs
- 2018 Guide for Third Party Advertisers for Ontario Municipal Council and School Board Elections– Ministry of Municipal Affairs
- Municipal Elections– Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
- Municipal Elections Act, 1996
- Municipal Act, 2001
- Campaign Finance Information for Municipal Council Candidates
- Candidate and Third Party Advertiser Presentation
Election Information by Municipality
Mayor Alan Broad Acclaimed
Mayor Kevin Marriott and Council Acclaimed – Declaration
Mayor Ian Veen and Council Acclaimed – Declaration
Mayor Lonny Napper Acclaimed – Declaration
Mayor Bev Hand Acclaimed – Declaration