Elections Ontario asks Ontarians to complete a survey and provide feedback on the voting experience, particularly on features such as accessibility tools at voting locations, customer service, easy-to-read signage, and voting by Special ballot. Survey deadline is July 14, 2014. CHS encourages consumers who are Deaf, deafened or hard of hearing to give their feedback to Elections Ontario regarding the accessibility of the election. See below for a letter from Elections Ontario and a survey.
A letter from Elections Ontario to Ontarians with disabilities.
In the 2011 general election, we at Elections Ontario made it our mission to make voting easy and put voters first. We introduced new methods and features to help remove barriers for all eligible Ontario voters. The recent 2014 general election was the next opportunity we had to showcase these methods and features created to improve voter experience at the polls.
In our efforts to continue improving our services, we are asking for feedback on the voting experience, particularly on features such as accessibility tools at voting locations, customer service, easy-to-read signage, and voting by Special ballot.
We are partnering with Ipsos Reid, a leading global market research firm, to collect data that we will use to make future decisions about accessibility at the polls.
Please provide us with insights on your voting experience in the 2014 provincial general election.
Notes for survey participants:
This online survey should take about 20 minutes to complete. The survey can’t be restarted, so it has to be completed at one time. Please begin the survey as soon as possible, and no later than July 14th..
All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential. Results will be reported in one combined summary so individual comments can not be identified.
To complete this online survey, please click on the following link:
Or if you prefer, by phone:
1-888-999-9370 (TTY compatible).
Any questions can be directed to Michelle Goland at Elections Ontario, email@example.com, or by telephone at 1-888-246-3335;
or Lauren Hilderley, Research Manager, Ipsos Reid, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at 416-324-2301.
Thank you for your assistance in helping us to improve voting in Ontario!