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Election day is Thursday, November 30.

Advance voting begins in Kitchener-Centre

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This is the fourth by-election to be held in Ontario this year.


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Voters in the provincial riding of Kitchener-Centre can vote in advance at starting this Sunday, until November 24.

A by-election is being held on November 30 to fill this seat at Queen’s Park, vacant since the departure of Laura Mae Lindo. The former NDP MP announced she was leaving politics in January (New window) and officially resigned this summer to join the University of Waterloo.

A total of 18 candidates are running and 13 political parties are represented, according to Elections Ontario. Debbie Chapman (NDP), Aislinn Clancy (Green Party), Rob Elliott (Progressive Conservative Party) and Kelly Steiss (Liberal Party) are running for the major parties in this race.

In the June 2022 general election, the NDP received 40.6% of the vote in Kitchener Centre, followed by the PC with 26.7% of the vote.

In addition to early voting, voters have other ways to vote before election day: they can do so in person at their returning officer's office until November 29, or send a request to vote by mail no later than November 24 at 6 p.m.

On November 30, polling stations will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

This is the fourth by-election to take place this year in Ontario.


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