Ottawa’s city clerk has declared Monday’s election results official and you can see how neighbours at your local poll voted with a dataset released on the city’s open data portal. The dataset breaks down election results for mayor, councillors and school board trustees by individual polls in each ward and school board zone. It also includes votes by ward in the special advance and traditional advance polls, which were held earlier this month.
Residents looking for information on campaign donations will have to wait quite some time – candidates don’t have to file their financial information until March 29, 2019. Candidates are allowed to extend the length of their campaign in the event it has a deficit, meaning they cant take until September 2019 to file their information.
The new term of council begins Dec. 1, 2018 and ends in 2022.