Ranked Ballots Windsor is a non-partisan, citizen-led project. The goal of Ranked Ballots Windsor is to educate and encourage citizens of Windsor and Windsor City Council to take advantage of the Municipal Elections Act and use ranked ballots in our municipal elections, as London, Kingston, and Cambridge have chosen to do.
Ranked Ballots Windsor understands that in order for a ranked ballot system to become an option in Windsor, residents and city councilors need to know more about Ranked Ballots so it can endorse this simple change with confidence and enthusiasm.
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Ranked Ballots Windsor is affiliated with 1-2-3-Ontario of Unlock Democracy Canada.
Ranked Ballots Windsor is one of a growing number of similar ballot initiatives in Ontario, including:
- Ranked Ballot Initiative of Toronto
- 123 Guelph
- 123 Hamilton
- 123 London
- 123 Ottawa
- 123 Sudbury
- 123 Whitby
Ranked Ballots Windsor in the News
- “Do you want to rank candidates when you vote in the 2018 municipal election?”, Sharon Hill, The Windsor Star, June 5, 2015
“Windsor voters need to speak up to get a chance to rank their top picks for mayor and councillor in the next municipal election, says Mita Williams, organizer of Ranked Ballots Windsor.”
- Mayoral debate held over beers at downtown pub (Windsor Star)
Debate organized by Windsor-Essex Youth Advising City Councillors, the Mayor’s Youth Advisory Committee, Pathway to Potential, YKnot and the Urbanite used Ranked Ballots to engage their audience
- CBC Windsor Morning: Friday October 10, 2014 (Runs 5:40)
“The 2014 municipal election hasn’t even happened yet, and already, there’s a discussion of what the next one should look like. We spoke to Mita Williams about Ranked Ballots Windsor. “
Ranked Ballots Windsor was started by Mita Williams in October 2014.