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2018 Election - Information for Voters
Who Can Vote
You are entitled to vote in Southwest Middlesex if you meet the following qualifications (unless prohibited by the Municipal Election Act or any other Act):
you are a canadian citizen;
you are at least 18 years old;
you reside in the local municipality or are owner or tenant of land in the local municipality, or the spouse of such person;
and you are not prohiblted from voting under any law.
The Voter's List
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (http://www.mpac.on.ca/) (MPAC) maintains the Voter's List for all Ontario municipalities. MPAC works to maintain the Voters' List and makes revisions based on information they receive about owner or occupant information for properties located within Southwest Middlesex.
Before each municipal election MPAC provides us with a preliminary Voter's List based on information obtained through its enumeration list. The list is available to the voters at the municipal office where voters can ensure that their information is complete and accurate.
Anyone on the preliminary Voters' List will receive a Voter Information Notice mailed by Southwest Middlesex well in advance of the election.
Adding or Removing Occupants from Your Property is your Responsibility and can be Easily Completed and is Most Effective if Completed At the Earliest Opportunity
If you answer yes to any of the following questions you may need to update occupancy status and/or school board support information for your property:
Did you move from a home you owned to a rental property?
Have your adult children permanently left home?
Do you have new tenants?
is now available and it is easy to use. This is a simple way to add or remove property occupants and to update school board support information. To log in, all you need is your property address or assessment roll number and your full name and date of birth.
Notifying MPAC of occupancy changes will help to make our 2018 Voter's List more accurate which will save you time and make voting a smooth and easy process.
You may also contact MPAC through their Customer Contact Centre as follows:
London Ontario Assessment Office
Westmount Shopping Centre
Upper Level, Unit 252
785 Wonderland Road South
London ON N6K 1M6
You may call them at 1-866-296-6722, use the online contact form, or live chat option through their website (http://www.mpac.on.ca/).
Please have your 19-digit roll number available. Your roll number can be found on your Property Assessment Notice or municipal tax bill.
inistry of Municipal Affairs 2018 Voters' Guide
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