Toronto election advance voting begins Tuesday
Voters able to cast ballots early for 6-day period in each of the city's 44 wards
If you want to vote early in Toronto's municipal election, you can do so starting today.
Advance voting will begin for a six-day period on Tuesday, ahead of the city's Oct. 27 election.
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A news release from the city indicates that voters in each ward can cast a ballot early between Oct. 14 and Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.
Voters can consult the city's website to find the advance poll location in their ward. Alternatively, voters can also drop into Toronto City Hall between Tuesday and Friday, to take part in advance voting.
The city says that Voter Assist Terminals are available at each advance poll location.