Trustee Dawn Danko Hamilton Central Mountain Ward 7 Public School Trustee 2014 Municipal Election HWDSB, Marlon Picken, Sarah Warry-Poljanski

How To Vote

The election for Public School Trustee is on October 27th, 2014 with the general City of Hamilton municipal election.

In the fall you will receive a voter card in the mail that indicates that your are registered to vote, and where your local polling station is.

If you are not sure where your local polling station is, click here to find out.

If you are a Public School supporter, at the polling station you will be provided with a ballot that includes the names of candidates for City Council on the top and Public School Trustee on the bottom.

All you have to do is find DANKO, Dawn on the ballot and mark an X in the circle beside her name.

Yes, voting to support your local public school education system is that easy!

If you are unable to make it to the polling station on the day of the vote – please contact us using the form below – we would be more than happy to assist you!

We hope we can count on your support!

Trustee Dawn Danko Hamilton Central Mountain Ward 7 Public School Trustee 2014 Municipal Election HWDSBTrustee Dawn Danko Hamilton Central Mountain Ward 7 Public School Trustee 2014 Municipal Election HWDSB

WHAT YOUR NEIGHBOURS SAY ABOUT DAWN DANKO

There are too many Trustees that get elected on single issue activist agendas. We need someone like Dawn who is fair to everyone.

Grandfather of Three, Father of Two

I know of no one else that would make a better Public School Trustee.

Community Member - Mother of Two

Dawn does what she thinks is right and won't take no for an answer.

Resident - Ward 7, Hamilton Central Mountain

We need Trustees that know how to manage our tax money. Dawn is a small business owner - she understands where to cut wasteful spending.

Father of Three

I was at the meeting at Sherwood High School on October 7 to check out the candidates for trustee for ward 7. I was impressed with Dawn Danko.  I had read what she had written in the Mountain News and saw the election signs in our neighbourhood, but otherwise knew nothing about her.  She was challenged twice during the meeting, but she didn’t back down from the issues.  She was able to explain her position in a concise, professional and confident manner.  I see her as someone who wouldn’t back down from difficult issues and would fight for what she is passionate about for the families and schools in ward 7.  She has my vote for trustee.

Mother of five, Resident-Ward 7, Hamilton Central Mountain

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