Chatham-Kent voters can still cast their ballot in today’s municipal election even if they don’t have a voter card.

All voters who didn’t get a card in the mail or lost them, must produce personal identification that shows their address.

If voters do not have a drivers licence or other government issued ID that shows their current address, they could bring a phone or utility bill showing their address along with their picture identification.

Voters can go online to find their voting station by going to the municipal website and clicking on the ‘where do I vote’ button or by contacting the municipality at 519-360-1998

Polls open at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

Election night in Chatham-Kent

The Civic Center in Chatham will not be open to the public on election night, Monday October 22.

Once polls close, the public will be able to follow election results, which will be posted at, going live at 8 p.m. The results will auto-refresh and loop through each of the races by default.

A media release of the unofficial results will be issued tonight.

Results are not official until reviewed by the Chief Returning Officer.

An official release is expected to be sent Tuesday morning.

Here is some additional information about the candidates running in Wallaceburg and North Kent, along with the Mayoral candidates: Wallaceburg, North Kent & Mayoral candidate info