Are you tired of all political parties in Ontario? Do you think it's time for the Liberals to go but don't trust the Progressive Conservatives or New Democratic Party? Are you a Liberal, PC or NDP who is dissatisfied with your own party and not planning on voting?
You have another option - Decline Your Vote! From the Ontario Elections Act:
53. An elector who has received a ballot and returns it to the deputy returning officer declining to vote, forfeits the right to vote and the deputy returning officer shall immediately write the word “declined” upon the back of the ballot and preserve it to be returned to the returning officer and shall cause an entry to be made in the poll record that the elector declined to vote. R.S.O. 1990, c. E.6, s. 53.
Instead of not voting at all or spoiling your ballot, consider Declining your vote.
You're sending a message to all political parties that you're not happy with what they have to offer or how they're conducting themselves.
Declined votes, by law, are required to be recorded and reported as a separate category from spoiled ballots. They represent a distinct category.
This is your opportunity to vote "NONE OF THE ABOVE" for the June 12th Ontario Provincial Election.
These are sample events. You can delete them from [calendar] > Events & subpages.
Watch this video to learn how to setup a calendar and publish events.
Watch this video to learn how to get the most out of user submitted events.
You'll want to fill your calendar with every public appearance your candidate will be involved with - even t.v., radio, and podcast interviews.
It can be a good practice to accept RSVPs even for events that don't require it. This gives you another touch point to gather supporter contact information and will allow you to follow up with people after the event occurs. Equally important, especially for public events, you can keep track of who actually attended the event (often a subset of the RSVPs), by checking people in at Event settings > Attendees.