2018 Municipal elections

Municipal elections are being held in Ontario on October 22, 2018, with some communities offering online, telephone and mail-in voting now. Municipal elections allow residents who are 18 years of age and older to vote for what matters to them.

Elections Ontario is the official resource for elections in Ontario, with information on voter eligibility and how to vote. Visit www.elections.on.ca 

 

Where to get candidate information

Social Planning Council Oxford  
Collecting and posting candidate responses to questions about poverty and social issues in Oxford County, including affordable housing and public transportation

Unifor 636 (Woodstock)
Posting candidate responses to questions for City of Woodstock municipal election on Unifor's Facebook page

Woodstock Sentinel Review  
Election news, videos and photos

104.7 Heart FM  
Election campaign news coverage and web chats with candidates

Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing  
Information for voters, advertising guidelines for candidates, and more

 

Contact your municipality

To learn more about your local election, contact your municipality’s Clerk or visit the municipal website.

Blandford-Blenheim  
2018 Election information | Clerk: Rodger Mordue

East Zorra-Tavistock  
2018 Election information  | Clerk: Will Jaques

Ingersoll 
2018 Election information | Clerk: Michael Graves

Norwich  
2018 Election information | Clerk: Kyle Kruger

South-West Oxford  
2018 Election information | Clerk: Julie Forth

Tillsonburg 
2018 Election information | Clerk: Donna Wilson

Woodstock  
2018 Election information | Clerk: Amy Humphries

Zorra  
2018 Election information | Clerk: Karen Martin

 

What Future Oxford is doing

Future Oxford is encouraging citizens to take vote in the 2018 municipal elections as part of its goal to increase voter turn-out in all elections (see "Community" in the Future Oxford Community Sustainability Plan). Watch for our #LocalVotesMatter social media campaign. 

In October, Future Oxford hosted all-candidates forums for secondary school students in Woodstock, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg to allow our youth to hear first-hand from municipal and school board candidates. The forums were intended to promote democratic engagement among youth as part of our path towards building a more sustainable future. 

Download the #LocalVotesMatter poster