City residents have until Jan. 29 at 12 noon to complete a survey on Sarnia’s 2018 municipal election.
The 13 questions take about five minutes to answer and the results will be included in a report to city council to help decide on a voting method for the 2022 election, said city clerk Dianne Gould-Brown.
Last fall’s vote was Sarnia’s first using online and Internet voting.
A total of 48.9% of eligible voters cast ballots compared to 37.1% in 2014.
The survey appeared earlier in The Journal and can be completed online at https://clerks.smartsarnia.com/