Frequently Asked Questions
If you are eligible to vote in an Ontario provincial election, you can vote:
If you are on the voters list, you need to present one piece of ID with your name to vote. If you are not on the voters list, you must present one piece of ID showing both your name and current residential address to vote.
Find examples of accepted identification.
You do not need to provide any information about your sex or gender expression when you go to vote.
If you are on the voters list, you need to present one piece of ID showing your name to vote. If you are not on the voters list, you need to present one piece of ID showing both your name and current residential address to vote.
Ontario’s election law allows voters to decline their ballot. To decline your ballot, tell the election official that you are declining your right to vote when they hand you a ballot. This is a public process done out loud.
The election official will mark “declined” on the back of the ballot. Your ballot will not be placed in the ballot box but in an envelope for declined ballots.