Toronto Municipal Election 2018

Toronto's 2018 municipal election is now finished. During the campaign, RaBIT worked to ensure that the mayor and city council we elected on October 22nd understood the benefits of ranked ballots and were committed to using them for the 2022 election. 

One of the ways we did this was by are asking all candidates for mayor and for city council to take the following Candidate Pledge:

As a candidate in the 2018 Toronto election, I pledge that, if elected, I will support, advance, and vote in favour of those actions required for ranked ballots to be used in the 2022 Toronto elections.

As of 22 October, the following 98 candidates took the Candidate Pledge. Moreover, 14 of these candidates (13 council candidates and 1 mayoral candidate) were elected. This means that a majority of Toronto City Council has pledged to implement a ranked ballot for the 2022 Toronto election! 

Below you will also find links to each race for more detail. If you'd like more information about our Candidate Pledge campaign, please click here.

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  Mayor  

Ward 1

Etobicoke North

Ward 2

Etobicoke Centre

Ward 3

Etobicoke-Lakeshore

Ward 4

Parkdale-High Park

Ward 5

York-South Weston

Ward 6

York Centre

Ward 7

Humber River-Black Creek

Ward 8

Eglinton-Lawrence

Ward 9

Davenport

Ward 10

Spadina-Fort York

Ward 11

University-Rosedale

Ward 12

Toronto-St. Paul's

Ward 13

Toronto Centre

Ward 14

Toronto-Danforth

Ward 15

Don Valley West

Ward 16

Don Valley East

Ward 17

Don Valley North

Ward 18

Willowdale

Ward 19

Beaches-East York

Ward 20

Scarborough Southwest

Ward 21

Scarborough Centre

Ward 22

Scarborough-Agincourt

Ward 23

Scarborough North

Ward 24

Scarborough-Guildwood

 

Ward 25

Scarborough-Rouge Park