Eligible Toronto electors are encouraged to check the accuracy of their information for the 2014 municipal election.
Did you know that eligible electors in the City of Toronto can now find out if their information is up to date or add their name to the voters' list for the upcoming October municipal and school board elections by visiting voterlookup.ca?
Voterlookup.ca, an online tool developed by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), replaces the traditional municipal enumeration form mail-in system. The information collected through the voterlookup tool will be used to build and maintain information for the Preliminary List of Electors and preparation of the voters' list used on election day.
Accessing voterlookup.ca is easy and takes just a few minutes from start to finish! To add or confirm information, electors need to enter their
• full name
• date of birth, and
• Toronto property address.
"Eligible electors are encouraged to check if their information is correct," said City Clerk Ulli Watkiss. "Doing so will ensure they receive a Voter Information Card, which will tell them when and where to vote as well as making the process at the voting place quicker and easier."
Information submitted through voterlookup.ca is shared only with the City for the sole purpose of creating the voters' list. The platform was designed in partnership with Ontario’s Privacy Commissioner.
For information on voterlookup.ca, the public can call MPAC at 1-866-296-6722.
The 2014 municipal election will be held on Monday, October 27. Information about the 2014 municipal and school board elections is available at http://www.toronto.ca/elections.