Thursday, 13 February 2014

Municipal Election 2014

Municipal Election 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
Voting Information for Catholic Ratepayers
Protect and preserve Catholic education…Ensure you are registered to vote as a
Catholic separate school supporter
* Ensuring you are registered as a separate school supporter is important for the
protection and preservation of Catholic education in Ontario.
* As a registered Catholic school supporter, you have the opportunity to elect trustees
who will represent and address your interests and concerns at the school board level
and at various levels of the government.
* Registering your Catholic school support ensures your school board' assessment
roll is accurate. This is important because:
o Your school board' assessment base is a public record of the breadth of support
for Catholic schools
o It helps track demographic trends for educational planning purposes
o It guarantees your right to enroll your children in Catholic schools
How to check if you are registered:
* Call your Municipal Clerk' Office to inquire how to check the local list of electors.
If your name is not on the list of electors or if the information is
incorrect (e.g., name, address or school support data missing or
incorrect) you should:
* Go to the municipal offices for your community and fill out an application to be added
to the list or to correct information. Proof of identification may be required. Please
call your municipal office to determine what documentation you may need.
At the Polling Station:
* Verify that you are registered as a separate school supporter. If your support status
is incorrect ask for an 'pplication to Amend Voters'List' This form may be
completed and submitted at the polling station.
* Ensure the ballot you are given is a separate school ballot.
Voting for Catholic School Board Representation:
* Catholic ratepayers must declare themselves to be Catholic and separate school
electors in order to cast a vote in the election of separate school trustees in
municipal elections.




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