Ontario Election 2011

Get Out and Vote: Hamilton Area Advance Polls Mapped

By Joey Coleman
Published September 22, 2011

Do you know which local candidate or provincial party you plan to vote? If so, do you know that you can vote today, tomorrow, and for the next week and a half?

To make it even easier to vote, here's a map of all the advance polls in the Hamilton area.

What's the catch? You have to vote within your riding - that's it. There's no need to go to the nearest advance polling station: you can vote at any of the advance polls in your riding.

You'll probably pick the closest, but maybe you live in Flamborough and work at McMaster. If so, you can vote during a break at CIBC Hall today and tomorrow.

Some polls are open every day until advance polling ends on September 30, 2011. Others are only open a select few days during the period.

The yellow dots on the map are the polling locations. Click on the dot to see what days and hours that poll is open.

The large, teardrop-shaped white map markers are the returning offices - they are open every day from 10:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

Embed this Map

The map is licensed under the Open Database License 1.0.

You can download the listing of poll locations in the Hamilton Area from the Fusion Table.

You may embed the map on your website using the code below:

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document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='http://www.joeycoleman.ca/files/maps/pollmap.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));
</script>

Originally posted on Joey's blog.

Joey Coleman covers Hamilton Civic Affairs.

Read more of his work at The Public Record, or follow him on Twitter @JoeyColeman.

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