Local votes matter!
Municipal council and school board elections take place on Monday, October 24, 2022 in Ontario. Municipal elections allow residents who are 18 years of age and older to have a direct impact on their communities by voting 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
Your local candidates
Check your local area municipality's website to find out who is running in your community.
City of Woodstock
Town of Ingersoll
Town of Tillsonburg
Township of Blandford-Blenheim
Township of East Zorra-Tavistock
Township of Norwich
Township of South-West Oxford
Township of Zorra
Municipal election debates
See a listing of election debates in municipalities across Oxford County on the County website: Election debates and information
Where to get more information
Reducing Poverty Together
Developed a fact sheet for local elected leaders on poverty and social issues in Oxford County, covering access to housing, food, education, and information and services
Unifor 636 (Woodstock)
Typically posts candidate responses to questions for City of Woodstock municipal election on Unifor's Facebook page; watch for more information
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
What Future Oxford is doing
Future Oxford is encouraging citizens to take vote in the 2022 Municipal Election to advance the Future Oxford Community Sustainability Plan's aim to "Promote engagement in decisions that affect the public good."
Please check this page again for more information.