Hamilton Municipal Election Day Is October 22, 2018 – Where To Vote in Ward 8
Where do I vote in Ward 8 for the 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election is a great question! You can use the map below to see which poll you live in, then use the map links below to find your Ward 8 polling station.
Ward 8 Polling Stations for October 22nd 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election
On Monday October 22nd, 2018 you can vote at one of the following polling stations (click on the link for a map):
Ward 8 Poll 1: Ecole Elementarie Monseigneur-de-Laval
(Buchanan Park – 135 Bendamere Ave)
Ward 8 Poll 2: Queensdale Elementary School
(Centremount – 67 Queensdale Ave E)
Ward 8 Poll 3: Transfiguration Lutheran Church
(Fennell & Upper Wellington – 232 Fennell Ave E)
Ward 8 Poll 4: Westmount Recreation Centre
(Westmount – 35 Lynbrook Dr)
Ward 8 Poll 5: Calvin Christian School
(West 5th near Mohawk – 547 West 5th Street)
Ward 8 Poll 6: Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena
(Hester & Upper James – 25 Hester Street)
Ward 8 Poll 7: James MacDonald Elementary School
(Gourley Park – 200 Chester Ave)
Ward 8 Poll 8: Harmony Baptist Church
(Upper James near Rymal – 1763 Upper James St)
Ward 8 Poll 9: West Highland Baptist Church
(Garth & Rymal – 1605 Garth St)
If you’re not sure where to vote, you can enter your address into this voter location tool from the City of Hamilton: Where Can I Vote? Poll Location Search.
If you need further assistance, you can also email our office at VoteDanko@gmail.com or call or text 905-818-5711
Ward 8 Advance Poll (October 4, 6, 9, 11, 13)
Advance Poll: Westmount Recreation Centre
(Westmount – 35 Lynbrook Dr)
Anyone in Ward 8 can vote in the advance poll at Westmount Recreation Centre on October 4, 6, 9, 11 and 13th).
Ward 8 Institutional Polls
There are also three institutional polls in Ward 8 – people living in these areas can vote right on the premises on October 22nd:
Ward 8 Poll 10: St. Elizabeth Villa / Village
Ward 8 Poll 11: St. Joseph’s Healthcare, West 5th
Ward 8 Poll 12: The Wellington
How To Vote in the 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election in Ward 8
All residents of Ward 8 should receive a voter card in the mail from the City of Hamilton. You do not need a voter card to vote. You are eligible to vote in the 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election in Ward 8 if on voting day, Monday, October 22nd, 2018 you are: A resident; the owner or tenants of property within Ward 8, or the spouse of such a person; and, a Canadian citizen; and, at least 18 years old.
The voter card should accurately show your name and address and indicate what poll you can vote at. You will also be required to show ID in order to vote.
If you did not receive a voter card in the mail, you can use this tool from the City of Hamilton to see if you are on the voter list: Am I on the Voter’s List – Eligible Elector Search
If you are not on the voter’s list, you can click here to register, or simply take a form of ID that shows your name and address to the Poll and you can request to be added to the voter’s list on election day.
Suitable forms of ID include a driver’s license or simply a credit card bill, bank statement or a utility bill – click here for more information.
Voting day for the 2018 City of Hamilton municipal election in Ward 8 is Monday October 22nd, 2018.
At the polling station you will be provided with a ballot that includes the names of candidates for City Council.
To vote for John-Paul Danko, all you have to do is find DANKO, John-Paul on the ballot and mark an X in the circle beside his name.
Yes, voting to support your local municipal government is that easy!
If you are unable to make it to the polling station on the day of the vote – please contact us using the form below – we would be more than happy to assist you!
We hope we can count on your support!
John-Paul Danko, P. Eng.
John-Paul Danko Hamilton City Council Candidate
Ward 8 – West Central Mountain
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