On this page, you will find a regularly updated list of all the candidates who have registered to run for Mayor of Toronto in the 2018 election. We have asked them all 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.

Below, you'll see their responses. For the incumbent mayor, we have also included a summary of his voting history on ranked ballots. For more detail on our Candidate Pledge campaign, please click here.

Sarah Climenhaga has taken the pledge

"In this Toronto municipal election, when multiple progressive candidates are being forced to compete against each other, we can see how important it is for voters to be able to choose who they most want, instead of being forced to vote strategically to defeat who they fear will otherwise win."

Saron Gebresellassii has taken the pledge

"I support ranked ballots because I believe in the right to representation at City Hall."

Mike Gallay has taken the pledge

"I commend RaBIT's efforts now, and have in the past. I look forward to helping implement a fairer electoral system of ranked ballots."

Brian Graff has taken the pledge

"I have long supported the idea because it gives voters more choice so elections more accurately reflect voter intentions. We need to end vote splitting at all levels of politics."

Chai Kalevar has taken the pledge

"I am a longtime member of proportional representation and remain disappointed by Justin's backing out on his pledge in 2015 to make that federal election the last one for first past the post. Congrats to London for breaking the ice for RaBIT. Any pledge is only as good as it is included in your flyer. Not included in the flyer, can the pledge as second class."

Jennifer Keesmaat has taken the pledge

"Ranked Ballots create a more inclusive process that responds more accurately to voter preferences and supports diversity on City Council."

Gautam Nath has taken the pledge

"As a corporate professional and researcher, I see the value of ranked voting except one issue that is unfair, the incumbent has the benefit of using his or her public office to gain tremendous media presence while the others can not. There should be some weighting factor to offset this clear advantage."

Joseph Osuji has taken the pledge

"It is a good cause."

John Tory has taken the pledge

"My City Council voting record, along with my previous statements on this issue, clearly reflect my support for Ranked Ballots."

On October 1, 2015 John Tory voted in favour of ranked ballots on City Council motion 2015.EX8.1 (M6).

On December 1, 2016 John Tory was absent during the vote on Executive Committee motion 2016 EX.20.5 (M1).

On December 14, 2016 John Tory voted in favour of ranked ballots on City Council motion 2016 EX.20.5 (M1b).

Basaric Dobrosav has not taken the pledge

Chris Brosky has not taken the pledge

Drew Buckingham has not taken the pledge

Brian Buffey has not taken the pledge

Logan Choy has not taken the pledge

Daryl Christoff has not taken the pledge

Kevin Clarke has not taken the pledge

Tofazzel Haque has not taken the pledge

Monowar Hossain has not taken the pledge

Christopher Humphrey has not taken the pledge

Andrzej Kardys has not taken the pledge

Steven Lam has not taken the pledge

Kris Langenfeld has not taken the pledge

Jim McMillan has not taken the pledge

Michael Nicula has not taken the pledge

Thomas O'Neill has not taken the pledge

Joseph Pampena has not taken the pledge

Josh Rachlis has not taken the pledge

D!ONNE Renée has not taken the pledge

Jim Ruel has not taken the pledge

Knia Singh has not taken the pledge

Jakob Vardy has not taken the pledge

Ion Gelu Vintila has not taken the pledge

Jack Weenen has not taken the pledge