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The 2022 Vancouver Municipal elections are scheduled for October 15th, 2022. Advance in-person voting commences on October 1st, 5th, 8th, 11th and 13th at specific locations. Voting locations on the day and in advance will be open from 8 am to 8 pm.
Each candidate has their official randomly assigned ballot number beside their name. This number is intended to make it easier to identify your preferred candidates on the ballot when casting your vote. Take note of the number or print this page.
You will need to bring two pieces of ID, one of which must show your address and one of which must have your signature.
These are our recommendations:
We recommend voting in advance if possible, to avoid election day congestion or unforeseen circumstances on the day.
While there are 10 councillor seats, you can vote for less than 10. For example, voting for 6 candidates is acceptable. There are a total of 137 candidates running for 27 positions. This is why knowing the ballot number is helpful.
The breakdown is as follows:
Recommended candidates were either actively engaged and opposed to the 7th/8th and Arbutus rezoning application, and/or they showed support for listening to community input, transparency in the city process and data-driven decision making.
We understand these candidates are committed to working to remediate past and future errors and poor decisions city-wide as well as those made at 7th and Arbutus. We believe they will make well-informed decisions citywide, affecting how the city addresses mental health, addictions, homelessness and public safety.
Please return here to check for updates, as we hope to add candidates, who choose to engage with us.
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