If advance poll numbers are any clue, voter make for Monday’s municipal election will be very high.
Last week during 4 days of voting, some 14,000 inhabitants made their choice for Mississauga’s next mayor, their local councillor and school board trustee – a 58 per cent increase over 2006.
It’s obvious Mississaugans are giving attention to municipal politics seldom seen before. Polls will be open from 10 a.m.-8 p.m on the selected Election Day.
Canadian citizens are eligible to cast vote that are not banned from voting by any law. At least 18 years old, non-resident or tenants of Mississauga or their spouse can vote.
Before this month the City mailed out voter information and instruction cards to inform residents where they should vote. Card is not necessary to cast a ballot, but it’s advisable to take the card to the polls.