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2018 Municipal Election

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Voter Turnout Statistics:

 

2018 Election - Candidate Financial Statements (Form 4) Filed

All Candidates (acclaimed or elected) must file a complete Financial Statement by 2PM on March 29, 2019. The Statement must be filing using the Ministry of Municipal Affairs FORM 4.

 

Name of Candidate

Date Filed

Link to Form 4

Reeve

Bernie Bailey

 

 

 

Neil G. Vincent

 

 

Blyth Ward Councillor

Terry Brake

 

 

 

Brad Carther

 November 7, 2018

Link

 

Kevin Falconer

 November 2, 2018

Link

 

Ric McBurney

 

 

 

David Onn

 

 

East Wawanosh Councillor

John Brown

 November 6, 2018

Link

 

Jordan Hodgins

 

 

 

Alice McDowell

 

 

 

Chris Palmer

 

 

 

Anita Van Hittersum

 November 28, 2018

Link

Wingham Ward Councillor

Paul Heffer

 

 

 

Yolanda Ritsema-Teeninga

 

 

 

Trevor Seip

 

 

 

Agost Vaday

October 24, 2018

             Link

Trustee (Acclaimed)

Avon Maitland District School Board

Colleen Schenk

 

 

 

 

Accessibility Report & Plan

The legislative requirement for the Township of North Huron to ensure an accessible election, where every elector and candidate has the opportunity to fully participate, is set out in the Ontario Municipal Elections Act and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

The Clerk is responsible for preparing a Plan the outlines the identification, removal and prevention of barriers that affect electors with disabilities.

The Clerk is responsible for, within 90 days of the election, to prepare a report about the identification, removal and prevention of barriers that may have effected electors and/or candidates during the election process.

The Township of North Huron did not receive any Feedback from electors or candidates that indicated there were issues with barriers during the election process.

Staff identified that the use of touch-screen technology in the Voting Kiosks would benefit voters who are not comfortable using a mouse (point & click).

 

Click here for the 2018 North Huron Election Accessibility Plan

Click here for the 2018 North Huron Election Accessibility Report