Get OUT and vote!
Get OUT and vote!
If you didn’t vote in the advance polls, then Monday, Oct. 21 is the last day that you can cast a ballot for your candidate of choice in the federal election.
OUTniagara urges you to take the time today to vote in this critical election. Polls open at 9:30 a.m. and close at 9:30 p.m.
To vote, you must:
- be a Canadian citizen
- be at least 18 years old on election day
- prove your identity and address
If you don’t know where to vote, or you didn’t receive a card, or you want to find out what ID is accepted, go to www.elections.ca and follow the links.
The following list indicates the candidates in each of Niagara’s four ridings. The (I) indicates that the candidate is an incumbent (currently holding office and wanting to return).
Niagara Centre (includes Thorold, Welland, and Port Colborne)
- Malcolm Allen, New Democratic Party
- Vance Badawey (I), Liberal Party
- Nic Bylsma, Christian Heritage Party
- April Jeffs, Conservative Party
- Andrew Sainz-Nieto, People’s Party
- Michael Tomaino, Green Party
- Robert Walker, Marxist-Leninist Party
Niagara Falls (includes Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the-Lake)
- Tony Baldinelli, Conservative Party
- Brian Barker, New Democratic Party
- Andrea Kaiser, Liberal Party
- Sandra O’Connor, Green Party
- Tricia O’Connor, Christian Heritage Party
- Mike Strange, Independent
- Alexander Taylor, People’s Party
Niagara West (includes Grimsby, Lincoln, Pelham, Wainfleet, and West Lincoln)
- Dean Allison (I), Conservative Party
- Ian Bingham, Liberal Party
- Harold Jonker, Christian Heritage Party
- Miles Morton, People’s Party
- Nameer Rahman, New Democratic Party
- Terry Teather, Green Party
- Chris Bittle (I), Liberal Party
- Allan DeRoo, People’s Party
- Travis Mason, Green Party
- Dennis Van Meer, New Democratic Party
- Krystina Waler, Conservative Party