AMAPCEO Votes

Register to Vote Register to Vote.

With Elections Ontario’s e‑Registration, you can confirm, update or add your information to the Voters List in just a few easy steps.

Visit elections.on.ca for more information.

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Find your riding Find your riding's candidates + ask them to take the Pledge for Public Services.

This will be the first election with Ontario’s newly redistributed ridings, so your riding boundaries may have changed.

Use the tool below to find your riding, your MPP candidates, and ask them to take the Pledge for Public Services. Candidates who've taken the Pledge are listed on the right.

Find your riding and contact your candidates 

Other ways you can spread the word about the Pledge for Public Services

On Social Media

On Twitter, follow @AMAPCEO and re-Tweet the pledge. It also helps the campaign if you retweet, comment, and like our Tweets.

Encourage your local candidates to sign by tagging them. You could say something like: “My vote depends on which {riding name} candidates will sign the @AMAPCEO Pledge . Will you sign @{LIBcandidate}, @{NDPcandidate}, and @{PCcandidate}?”

On Facebook, follow, share, like and comment on our Facebook posts, especially the Pledge. You can find the AMAPCEO page at facebook.com/AMAPCEO.

You can also post on your local candidate’s pages to encourage them to sign the pledge. You could post something like: “Hi {candidate name}, I’m following the election closely, and waiting to decide who to vote for until I see who signs the AMAPCEO pledge at www.amapceo.on.ca/vote.”

On the Campaign Trail

Local MPP candidates and their volunteers will be out knocking on doors. When they do, you can ask if they’ve taken the pledge. Have a copy of the pledge printed out and ready for the moment, and if the candidate comes to the door, get them to sign it right there! Remember to get a selfie or picture of the candidate with the pledge and post and send it to us.

Local all candidates meetings or debates are a good time to let the candidates know about AMAPCEO’s issues. Print out the survey we sent campaigns and ask the candidates a question. Don’t forget to share the candidates’ answers on social media!


Check the AMAPCEO Survey Check the AMAPCEO Survey.

AMAPCEO has surveyed all three major political parties on a dozen issues that matter to our members. See what they had to say on topics such as the Sunshine List, the use of external consultants, privatization, unionization, public services, and more.

2018 Survey Results 

Responses as received

2018 Provincial Election Survey of Major Parties: Ontario NDP Results

2018 Provincial Election Survey of Major Parties: Ontario Liberal Party Results


Vote Vote.

Election day is Thursday, June 7, 2018. Polls are open 9 am to 9 pm ET.

You can also vote in advance by special ballot, at your local returning office, or in one of the advance polls. For more information, check your Voter Information Card, or visit elections.on.ca

How to vote 

 

About AMAPCEO

Established in 1992, AMAPCEO is a bargaining agent that represents 14,000 professional and supervisory public servants who work in the Ontario Public Service or one of six organizations in the Broader Public Sector. 

2018 Pledge for Public Services

Candidates who've taken the 2018 Pledge for Public Services pledge to:

  • Actively support reinvestment in provincial program spending in Ontario; and commit to reversing the trend of privatization, including the use of external consultants; and
  • Make community benefits agreements mandatory in all major provincially funded infrastructure projects; and
  • Actively support the creation of universal pharmacare, dental coverage for those who lack it, and universally accessible, affordable childcare.  

Download the Pledge for Public Services:

2018 Pledge for Public Services

Candidates who've taken the Pledge for Public Services:

Beaches—East York
Rima Berns-McGown (Ontario NDP)

Davenport
Marit Stiles (Ontario NDP)

Guelph
Agnieszka Mlynarz (Ontario NDP)

Humber River—Black Creek
Tom Rakocevic (Ontario NDP)

Huron—Bruce
Jan Johnstone (Ontario NDP)

Ottawa Centre
Joel Harden (Ontario NDP)

Parkdale—High Park
Bhutila Karpoche (Ontario NDP)

Scarborough Southwest
Doly Begum (Ontario NDP)

Toronto Centre
Suze Morrison (Ontario NDP)

University—Rosedale
Jessica Bell (Ontario NDP)
Tim Grant (Green Party of Ontario)

York Centre
Andrea Vásquez Jiménez (Ontario NDP)

York South—Weston
Faisal Hassan (Ontario NDP)

Don't see your candidates? Use the tool on the left to ask them to take the Pledge for Public Services. 

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