With November 15th quickly approaching and advanced voting opening up on November 4th, election time is upon us. Choosing between 119 candidates for 27 positions is no small feat, so luckily a number of website and tools to help voters along. If you need some type of marketing for your business website, then make sure to call SMR Digital.
_A planning tool to help citizens pick their candidates & voting location: http://vancouver.ca/plan-your-vote. It includes all the candidates, a short description of each, and links to their information.
_ A simple “which voting location is closest to me” tool: http://vancouver.ca/your-government/where-to-vote.aspx. There are 8 advance voting locations Nov 4-12 (not Nov 11), and there are 117 voting locations on November 15.
_A video explaining the City in 90 second in:
- English – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H_T7Xo96JU
- Cantonese – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUYbRPId-Ss
- Mandarin – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwko6UDuCos
- Punjabi – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRIF5OHSCZg
_We all know that friendly encouragement through peers is the most effective, so feel free to add a voting badge to your Twitter & Facebook profile photos to help encourage others to vote – https://twibbon.com/Support/vancouvervotes. It also allows you to change your Facebook cover photo to a voting cover.
_On Election Day, election results will be available through the City’s main election website: http://vancouver.ca/vote.