Voting

Voting

 

To view all the recommended policy resolutions which will be on the ballot, please click here – English   French

To download a PDF document with all the recommended policy resolutions which will be on the ballot, please click here – English   French

 

Early last year, at our General Meeting, in Ottawa, we launched the most exhaustive and inclusive policy development process in the history of this Party. During the past year and a half, the Ontario PC Party received policy proposals from our grassroots, and ideas from people and organizations from all across Ontario. In order for all Party members in good standing, in every part of the Province, to have the opportunity to vote on policy resolutions, the Party Executive elected to use a “one member-one vote” method to determine the views of our members on the important challenges facing Ontario.

All Party members (with memberships valid as of September 14th, 2017) are invited to follow the instructions on this page to cast their ballot online. Each Member who registers to vote will be a “delegate” in our virtual, inclusive policy conference and will have a direct say on which policies they would like to see form the foundation for the next platform of the Ontario PC Party.

To view all the recommended policy resolutions which will be on the ballot, please click here – English   French

To download a PDF document with all the recommended policy resolutions which will be on the ballot, please click here – English   French

The results of the online vote will be available the week after the deadline to vote. This is an event not to be missed as we gear up for the June 2018 Provincial Election. We hope to see you there.

**Please note: registration for the policy vote is separate from the registration process to attend the November 25th convention.

REGISTER TO VOTE – October 17th to October 22nd

TELEPHONE TOWNHALLS – October 26th to November 1st 

VOTE ONLINE – November 2nd to November 6th

ATTEND THE CONVENTION – November 25th

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CALL-UP PERIOD – October 23rd to October 24th

RULES GOVERNING POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND ADOPTION PROCESS 2017 – As amended by the Party Executive on October 12th, 2017

 

 

REGISTER TO VOTE

From October 17th at 9:00am until October 22nd at 11 :59 pm (24 hours a day)

 

  • Please go to the website www.pcporegister.isivote.com and enter the Registration PIN provided in the letter you received, along with the phone number on file with the Party which you provided when you purchased your Party membership

  • After entering your Registration PIN and phone number, you will be prompted to submit an email address. Your unique Voting PIN will be emailed to you at this address before the start of the online voting, scheduled to begin on November 2nd at 9:00am.
  • Please note that two voters cannot use the same email address to register. If you share an email address with someone else, one of you must create a new email address to be able to register. You can obtain a free email address at websites such as www.hotmail.com and www.gmail.com .
    • If you require assistance, please call the Voter Helpline at 1-888-281-8683 from October 17th to October 22nd between 9:00am – 9:00pm.

 

TELEPHONE TOWNHALLS (DEBATE FORUMS)

October 26th – November 1st

 

 

Registered voters will receive a phone call to participate in a telephone townhall where you can share your opinion on policy resolutions with your fellow members and hear their views as well. Each caller will be asked to state their name, their riding, and the policy resolu­tion number they would like to speak on. Up to 2 callers speaking for and 2 callers speaking against a policy resolution will be permitted, with each comment no longer than 60 seconds.

The telephone townhalls will take place:

  • Thursday, October 26th from 7:00pm – 8:30pm – GTA Region 
  • Sunday, October 29th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm – East Region
  • Monday, October 30th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm – Southwest Region
  • Wednesday, November 1st from 7:00pm to 8:30pm – North Region

 

VOTE ONLINE

From November 2nd at 9:00am until November 6th at 11:59 pm (24 hours a day)

 

  • Please go to the website www.pcpovote.isivote.com and enter your Voting PIN which you received by email (not the Registration PIN), and the email address which you provided during registration.
  • 139 Recommended Resolutions will appear in 6 categories: Ontario’s Families, Ontario’s Fairness and a Better Government, Ontario’s Safety, Transparency and Ethics, Ontario’s Affordability and Economy, Ontario’s Seniors and Health, and Ontario Agriculture and Rural Communities.
  • Party members from ridings in the North who registered to vote will see a 7th category on their ballot called Ontario’s North.
  • Voters will have the option to click “Yes” or “No” next to each policy resolution, in favour or against, or abstain from voting on a policy resolution.
  • To view the list of Recommended Resolutions which will appear on the ballot, in advance of the voting period, click for resolutions in English or French
  • If you need assistance, please call the Voter Helpline at 1-888-281-8683 from November 2nd to November 6th between 9:00am – 9:00pm.
  • Please be aware that if you should be interrupted while voting electronically, you may re-access the voting system to complete your voting.

  

PROPOSED RESOLUTION CALL-UP PERIOD

From October 23rd at 12:01am to October 24th at 11 :59PM

 

  • The Recommend Resolutions which will appear on the ballot are those that were considered and recommended by the Party’s Policy Advisory Councils (PACs) and the Party’s Provincial Policy Committee. Other Resolutions that were submitted by Party members but were rejected and thus not included in the Recommended Resolutions package, can be found here.
  • Registered voters who wish to call up any of these Proposed Resolutions and have them added to the ballot may do so by sending one or more separate emails to pcpolicy@ca.pwc.com during the call-up period.
  • Each email must only reference a single Proposed Resolution. The subject line of the email should cite the Proposed Resolution number (for example, P25) with no other information in either the subject line or the content of the email.
  • A Proposed Resolution for which 50% plus 1 registered voters have sent a call-up email to pcpolicy@ca.pwc.com during the call-up period will be added to the ballot and voted on during the Voting Period.
  • To preserve the integrity of this process, call-up emails will go directly to PriceWaterhouseCooper LLP for tabulation.
  • Please refer to the full “Rules Governing Policy Development and Adoption Process 2017” document for complete details.


 

ÉTAPE 1 : S’INSCRIRE POUR VOTER 

Du 17 octobre à 9 h jusqu’au 22 octobre à minuit, heure de l’Est (24 heures par jour) 

 

  • Veuillez vous rendre au site www.pcporegister.isivote.com et inscrire le NIP d’inscription au vote qui vous a été fourni dans la présente lettre, ainsi que le numéro de téléphone que vous avez fourni pour les dossiers du parti lorsque vous avez payé vos frais d’adhésion. 
  • Après que vous avez indiqué votre NIP d’inscription, le logiciel vous demandera d’indiquer votre adresse courriel. Votre NIP de participation au vote vous sera transmis à cette adresse courriel avant le début du vote en ligne, prévu pour le 2 novembre à 9 h, heure de l’Est. 
  • Veuillez noter qu’une adresse courriel peut être associée à un électeur seulement. Si vous partagez une adresse courriel avec une autre personne, cette personne devra créer sa propre adresse courriel pour pouvoir voter. Vous pouvez obtenir une adresse courriel gratuitement grâce à des sites Web comme www.hotmail.com et www.gmail.com. 
  • Si vous avez besoin d’aide, veuillez téléphoner à la ligne d’aide des électeurs au 1-888-281-8683 du 17 au 22 octobre entre 9 h et 21 h, heure de l’Est. 

 

ÉTAPE 2 : EXAMINER LES PROPOSITIONS DE RÉSOLUTIONS 

Du 12 octobre au 6 novembre 

 

  • Consultez le site convention.ontariopc.ca du 12 octobre au 6 novembre pour examiner les propositions de résolutions qui seront présentées sur le bulletin de vote. 

 

ÉTAPE 3 : PARTICIPER AUX DÉBATS 

Du 26 octobre au 1er novembre 

Les électeurs inscrits seront joints par téléphone pour participer à un forum téléphonique où chacun peut s’exprimer sur les résolutions proposées. Chaque personne qui téléphone devra indiquer son nom, sa circonscription et le numéro de la résolution qu’elle veut commenter. Il y aura une limite de deux personnes en faveur et deux personnes contre une résolution et tout commentaire ne devra pas dépasser 60 secondes. 

Voici les dates des forums téléphoniques : 

  • Jeudi 26 octobre de 19 h à 20 h 30 – région du Grand Toronto 
  • Dimanche 29 octobre de 19 h à 20 h 30 – région de l’Est 
  • Lundi 30 octobre de 19 h à 20 h 30 – région du Sud-Ouest 
  • Mercredi 1er novembre de 19 h à 20 h 30 – région du Nord 

 

ÉTAPE 4 : VOTER EN LIGNE 

Du 2 novembre à 9 h jusqu’au 6 novembre à minuit, heure de l’Est (24 heures par jour) 

 

  • Veuillez vous rendre au site Web www.pcpovote.isivote.com et indiquer le NIP de participation au vote que vous avez reçu par la poste (non le NIP de l’inscription au vote), ainsi que votre adresse courriel. 
  • Si vous avez besoin d’aide, veuillez téléphoner à la ligne d’aide des électeurs au 1-888-281-8683 du 2 novembre au 6 novembre entre 9 h et 21 h, heure de l’Est. 
  • Sachez que si vous subissez une interruption pendant que vous votez électroniquement, vous pourrez accéder au système de nouveau pour achever de voter. 

 

ÉTAPE 5 : ASSISTER AU CONGRÈS 

Le 25 novembre 

 

  • Les résultats du vote en ligne seront disponibles durant la semaine après la date limite pour voter.
  • Profitez d’excellentes séances de formation animées par des experts de la campagne et faites du réseautage avec des activistes chevronnés et de nouveaux activistes du parti. 
  • Achetez votre billet dès maintenant à convention.ontariopc.ca. 

 

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