Re-elect Ian Chadwick

Councillor, Town of Collingwood, 2010

Mail-in ballot, no polling stations

There are no polling stations this election. You vote by mail only. Ballots will arrive after Oct. 1 and should be mailed back on or before October 15. They may also be delivered by hand to Collingwood Town Hall, 97 Hurontario Street, during normal business hours. Ballots will be accepted there until 8 p.m. on Oct. 25.

Call the clerk's office at 705-445-1030 to find out if you are on the voters’ list and if not, how to get your name listed.

How to vote this election

You will be able to choose one candidate for mayor, one for deputy mayor and one for school trustee. You will also be able to select up to seven candidates for council. We use an at-large system, not a ward system like most of our neighbours.

You do NOT have to select all seven: you may select as many as you wish, up to seven. You may select fewer than seven candidates. 

Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Your ballot goes in one envelope, which is sealed. then you put your signed declaration and the sealed ballot in the return envelope. Do not put the declaration in the same envelope as your ballot, but both parts have to be returned.

More information about voting is here on the town's Web site.

Vote Ian Chadwick for a sustainable, well-planned and vibrant Collingwood

This October, make a statement about our community's future. Re-elect a councillor who will continue to be a positive presence at the table. I am committed to, and care deeply about, this community and its future. I have the experience and the knowledge to continue as an effective, dedicated and conscientious member of Collingwood Council.

Re-elect a councillor who faces the challenges of a rapidly changing world with confidence and understanding; a councillor who provides fair treatment to every resident and business.

I will always keep the public both informed and a part of the process., as I have these pasts even years I will continue to help Collingwood plan, grow and develop intelligently.

 I look forward to your continuing your support.

Contact me

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, issues or comments, to make a campaign contribution or to request a lawn sign. Call 444-1492 (until early evening) or email me at ichadwick@rogers.com. To read my comments on contemporary local politics and other issues, please visit my blog: www.ianchadwick.com/forum/blog/mumpsimus