Here we are posting material gathered to help municipal election managers manage municipal election administration matters. To contribute your sample or example, please send it to the AMCTO Office by clicking here.


AMCTO is pleased to share the launch of

Key messages include:

  • It is the responsibility of every elector to make sure they are eligible to vote. is the easiest and most efficient way for electors to confirm they are on the Preliminary List of Electors for the upcoming municipal and school board elections.
  • will provide municipalities with accurate and up-to-date information for preparing the final Voters’ List used on election day, making it easier and more efficient when electors head to the polls.
  • was designed with privacy and security in mind, and was built in accordance with the Privacy by Design principles.
  • Similar online systems are already in place and working well in other electoral jurisdictions.
  • establishes a platform of shared responsibility that enables electors to take an active role in maintaining accurate and up-to-date elector information for the purposes of municipal and school board elections.

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Attached you will find the 2014 AMCTO Elections Manual Order Form.

We have just added four (4) new locations for the Municipal Elections Training. Click here to see the new workshop schedule!


For all those working on elections in 2014, please review our Elections Timetable/Calendar to make sure you are keeping up to date on all the required and necessary activities.


2014-AMCTO Elections Timetable.pdf 2014 Elections Timetable

See the attached Municipal Elections Announcement


Municipal Elections Announcement_May1.pdf Municipal Elections Announcement - May 1 2013


Angie Cathrae
Hello. In the training manual for the Municipal Election for as long as I can remember, there was a notion with respect to the eligibility of campground tenants to vote. Would you be able to provide any background with respect to what is contained in the training manuals? I am being challenged by a member of Council and want to be able to explain the training materials. Thanks for any help. Angie

Barbara Kane
The Township of Adjala - Tosorontio currently uses paper ballots and manual counting. For 2018 we are looking at perhaps changing our process to either paper and internet, internet and phone, paper and tabulators and have to put a budget together for 2016. I am trying to figure out where to start and would like any assistance that is out there i.e. reports detailing options, RFP's, budget reports etc. You can either post here or directly to me at Thank you

Current Issues - Q&As
Questions & Answers

Election Advertising
The Ontario Community Newspapers Association distributes information to our member newspapers about advertising and editorial regulations as set out in the Municipal Elections Act. I understand Clerk's can set regulations to conduct elections. How often would regulations be set that impact local newspapers? For example, have they set blackout periods for advertising on election day? How are regulations communicated to newspapers? Anne Lannan, Executive Director

General Discussion - Networking
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