Welcome to the Elections Ontario website.

Unofficial candidate results from the June 12, 2014 General Election are now available on our website wemakevotingeasy.ca.

 

2012-2013 Annual Report.

Elections Ontario has tabled its 2012-2013 Annual Report. The report can be downloaded in pdf accessible format (5.7MB)

 

 

View Unofficial Poll-
by-Poll Results

The results include the declined, rejected and unmarked ballots, and are are being provided for purposes of convenience. Changes to the totals from polling night are due to minor clerical corrections identified during the Official Tabulation in the Returning Office.

 These results are unofficial and the official results will be published by the Chief Electoral Officer at a later date.

Unofficial Poll-by-Poll Results

 

 

What is a Writ?

 

A writ is the official document, signed by the Chief Electoral Officer and the Lieutenant Governor, requiring Returning Officers to hold an election. During by-elections, a writ is issued for the electoral district(s) where an election will be called. When a general election is called, a writ is issued for each of the 107 electoral districts in Ontario. Once the Premier and the Cabinet have prepared an Order in Council and that has been signed by the Lieutenant Governor (the Lieutenant Governor in Council), our office prepares the writs of election.


 

 


 

Pictured above: Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa signs the writs of election for the 41st Provincial General Election with the Lieutenant Governor David Onley and Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Loren Wells.

 

 

Elections 101: Voting in Ontario Brochure Available

 

Elections Ontario has created a brochure containing basic information on voting in Ontario, to help educate new voters about the voting process in Ontario.

 

The brochure includes information on Ontario’s electoral process, the right to vote and on how to register to vote. There is also information in the brochure about special ballot voting, using assistive voting technology and what happens at the poll on election day. It is an invaluable classroom and public education resource that is proving to be very popular with educators.

 

Of course, you don’t have to be a teacher to request this brochure: anyone looking for information on educating new voters is welcome to share it. Voting In Ontario is available for download in PDF format(340KB) or contact us if you prefer hard copies or an alternative format.

If you’d like to learn more, please contact info@elections.on.ca for further information