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Register Of Absentee Electors

In Ontario, eligible electors temporarily living outside of the province have the option of adding their names to the Register of Absentee Electors. The Register of Absentee Electors is a list of Ontario electors who have moved out of the province less than two years before election day and who plan to return to Ontario. Some electors may be exempt from the two-year time limit. Find out if you’re eligible below.

Electors on the Register of Absentee Electors will automatically be sent a special ballot kit every time there is a provincial general election, or a by-election in their electoral district. The special ballot kit will allow them to vote by mail using a write-in ballot.

If you are an eligible elector and do not meet the criteria to be on the Register of Absentee Electors you can to vote by mail.

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