Registered schools will receive an election manual, ballot boxes, voting screens and ballots for the coordination of their Student Vote Day.

The Student Vote Election Manual provides suggestions on how to organize the voting process, including possible voting methods, poll official roles for students, and guidelines for setting up your polling stations.

Submitting Your Results

Please try to report your results by 4:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 2.

School submissions received by the deadline will be included in the preliminary results shared on election night. Afterwards, the results will be updated daily with any submissions received after the deadline.

The Student Vote Ontario results will include the province-wide seat count and popular vote for each party, results by electoral district and individual school tallies.

IMPORTANT: All schools must keep their Student Vote results confidential until after the close of general election polls. Student poll officials should be sworn to secrecy.

Organizing Student Vote Day

This videos offers tips and suggestions on how to organize Student Vote Day at your school.

Social Media Images and Templates

We have designed several social media templates that you can use to advertise your Student Vote Day on your or your school or classroom social media accounts. Two images are available with different variations depending on your chosen Student Vote Day (May 30-June 2). An editable template is also available to be customized with your school name and Student Vote Day. 

Editable Template

Past Results

To see the complete results from Student Vote Ontario 2018, please visit: