It’s Election Day in SDSG

In this undated photo, a voting location sign outside the Cornwall Civic Complex in Cornwall, Ont. This is Election Day on Monday, Oct, 21, 2019 with polling stations opening for 12 hours starting at 9:30 a.m. (Newswatch Group/Bill Kingston)

SDSG – It’s decision day in Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry.

This is Election Day and voters will have 12 hours to cast their ballot, starting at 9:30 a.m.

There are over 200 polls at roughly 60 locations across the riding.

Conservative incumbent Guy Lauzon announced his retirement in January after 15 years serving the riding, opening the door to a new face to represent the riding on Parliament Hill.

Our next MP could be Green Raheem Aman, Conservative Eric Duncan, Liberal Heather Megill, New Democrat Kelsey Schmitz, or People’s Party of Canada (PPC) Sabile Trimm.

In order to vote, you will need to go to the polling station indicated on your voter information card. Remember to bring identification such as a driver’s licence or health card or something with a name and current mailing address.

In the 2015 federal election, there were 79,274 electors and 53,300 votes cast for a voter turnout rate of nearly 68 per cent.

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