The City of Kingston has launched a new section of its website for the 2014 Municipal Elections.
This section will offer information and resources for voters, candidates, and individuals who may be interested in working at polling stations during the election.
“Our aim was to create a space where election-related information was accessible to the public. I encourage all Kingston residents interested in election-related matters to visit and bookmark the election web pages, as they will evolve as the election progresses,” said City Clerk, John Bolognone, whose department is responsible for planning and running the municipal election on October 27, 2014.
The municipal elections pages can be found online at CityofKingston.ca/Elections and include a list of candidates, key election dates, voter information, candidate resources and maps featuring the new district boundaries.
The City of Kingston is now accepting nominations for candidates for the 2014 municipal election.
Citizens interested in running to become the Mayor of Kingston, a City Councillor, or a School Board Trustee can find details about qualifications and the nominations process at CityofKingston.ca/Elections.
The deadline for nominations is 2 p.m. on September 12, 2014.