1. Filing nomination forms
Persons wishing to run for one of the 103 elected positions, whether for a political party or as an independent candidate, must meet the required conditions and submit their nomination between September 17 and October 1 at 4:30 p.m.
2. Notice of Entry on the List of Electors
Preparing the list of electors is a very important operation. This is the stage at which all electors are requested to check whether their name is on the list of electors at their correct home address. If you wish to exercise your right to vote, it is your responsibility to ensure that your name is on the electoral list.
You can also verify your registration here.
There are three easy ways to check your registration:
3. Additions and modifications to the List of Electors
If you find you are not entered on the list of electors or if there’s an error in your entry, you must contact the Board of Revisors of the electoral list.
4. Voting by mail
Persons who are unable to move about for health reasons, who are in isolation due to COVID-19 or who are residing in an eligible establishment or residence may apply to vote by mail.
5. Reminder card
During the week of October 25, you will receive a reminder card that includes the names of the candidates, the dates of election days and advance polls, and the voting locations.
6. Advance polls (voting early)
If you’re not available to vote on November 6 and 7, you can vote at the advance polls on October 30 and 31.
7. Election days
The election days are November 6 and 7.
On your reminder card, you will find the polling hours, the address and number of your polling station, and a list of the candidates for elected positions in your borough.
You can also consult our “Where do I vote?” section (available in September).
8. Tabulation and results
On the final election day, after the polls close, the tabulation or counting of votes begins. Preliminary results for each elected position are published on the Élections Montréal website.