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Municipal Election

The municipal election will be held on Saturday, October 17.  Telephone and electronic voting will run from October 6 to 14, and Advanced Polling dates are October 10 and 13. Voters have to be at least 18 years of age, Canadian citizens, ordinarily resident in Nova Scotia for six months, and ordinarily resident in the municipality where they want to vote. Are you on the voter list? Find out with this online tool:

https://votersearch.halifax.ca/hrm/onvoterslist.html

or call 490-8386 (490-VOTE). https://www.halifax.ca/city-hall/elections

I have known and worked with Jen for more than a decade. She is courageous, strong, funny and kind. She has an incisive mind and is good at finding the right solutions for big and small problems. She has volunteered in the community in numerous ways and continues to push forward key initiatives on accessible housing, city planning and the environment. Jen would spice up Council!

Mark Butler, long time policy director, Ecology Action Centre

About Jen

Jen Powley is a candidate for councillor in District 7.

Jen has lived with multiple sclerosis throughout her adult life. She knows what it’s like to face challenges and make good things happen. She listens, she thinks, and she acts.

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Let’s work together to get Jen elected!

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Help Jen become a Different Voice for Halifax by donating to her campaign.

Voting Information

Here’s the map of district 7, are you a resident of this area? If so, vote for Jen!

On October 17th, vote Jen Powley for council.

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