The Ballot

Guiding Principle: Voter Choice

The ballot gives you two votes. You vote for the party of your choice and also for the local candidate you prefer. You can vote for a local candidate from a different party if you wish.

This is an example of what a Mixed Member Proportional Ballot might look like. (Elections Ontario will design the actual ballot.)

An example MMP ballot

Candidates are ordered alphabetically on the right side, matched to their parties. This district has an independent candidate, Thérèse Turquoise, running for election. Parties F and D are not running local candidates in this district, but voters can still support these parties.