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2010 Muncipal Election Results
The results are in! Results are now available online for the 2010 Peterborough Municipal Election.
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Your vote is Important!
The City of Peterborough wants to make sure that all voters can exercise their right to vote. We strongly encourage all citizens to vote because voting is the simplest way to make your voice heard!
The City of Peterborough is committed to taking steps to remove obstacles that may prevent voters from exercising their right to vote. To make it easier for you to vote, we offer a wide range of voting options including:
- Internet Voting – You don’t even have to leave your home to vote using this method. Simply logon to a computer, register, and vote. Further information on steps for registering to vote on the Internet will be available in the future.
- Vote Anywhere – With Vote Anywhere, you can choose the Voting Location that is most convenient for you.
- Audio Ballot - An Audio Ballot will be available at the City Hall Voting Location on October 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, and Election Day, October 25, allowing voters to vote unassisted using an Audio Tactile Interface (ATI), sip and puff technology, or foot pedals.
- Curbside Assistance – If you are unable to enter the Voting Location due to mobility issues, voting assistance can be provided to you at your vehicle.
- Proxy Voting – If you are unable to vote during the Advance Voting period or on Election Day, you will have the option of appointing a Voting Proxy to vote on your behalf at a Voting Location.
In addition to the above voting options, we are implementing a number of measures to address barriers for persons with disabilities who wish to vote at a Voting Location. The list below includes the measures that we have identified to date. We will be adding to this list as we become aware of other potential barriers to accessibility.
- Prior to selecting Voting Locations, the City conducted an Accessibility Audit of each possible location to identify and address potential barriers.
- Voting Locations will be fully accessible to those who use wheelchairs, scooters and walkers.
- Doors to Voting Locations will have either power assist openers or elections staff will be available to provide assistance with doors.
- Magnifying sheets will be available to voters at every Voting Location.
- We will ensure that voting stations are provided with extra lighting as necessary to address low lighting conditions.
- Tables will be available in Voting Locations that are wheelchair accessible.
- Instructions on how to cast a ballot will be available to voters in a written format.
- You can receive assistance in the voting place from a friend or family member, or from City Elections staff who are fully trained on how to provide accessible customer service.
- You can bring an interpreter to assist you at the voting place.
- If you require busing assistance, we recommend that you book the Handi-Van well in advance of the day you intend to vote.
We Want to Hear from You!
Your feedback is important to us! You can provide feedback regarding your election accessibility concerns by e-mail at email@example.com or by calling the Elections Office at 705-742-7777 ext. 1820.