Early voting begins Saturday morning, and you can grab some fresh veggies while you’re at it.
— The City of Barrie (@cityofbarrie) October 4, 2018
Barrie residents get a first crack at voting in the municipal election during the Barrie Farmer’s Market. The nearby City Hall Rotunda will be host to the ballot boxes in a City of Barrie effort to make voting easier.
City Clerk Wendy Cooke says making voting easier will pay off.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Last election was 31%, and this election we always strive to get more people out to vote. So by making the election accessible to as many people as possible, we try to increase that voter turnout.[/perfectpullquote]
Voting at the Rotunda begins at 9:00, and runs until 2:00. Have a peek at the official list of acceptable identification you’d need to bring in order to vote.
The City has also taken the wraps off a Voting Bus, a mobile ballot box making scheduled stops around Barrie.
The Barrie Voting Bus hits the road as of next Friday, October 12th, with a first appearance at Centennial Park at 9:00 that morning.