Toronto’s next municipal election is coming up on October 27, and ArtsVote is back to help inform voters about where the candidates stand on arts and culture policy. This Fall, we’re looking forward to hosting the Mayoral Arts Debate, and sharing the results of our 2014 Report Card (learn more).
In the meantime, we hope you’ll help us get the conversation started! Here’s how:
- Join the ArtsVote Community at artsvote.ca (learn more)
- Lend your face to the 2014 ArtsVote Campaign and tell Toronto what you ArtsVote for (learn more)
- Get involved as a volunteer or blogger – or in another creative way! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected.
The 2014 municipal election is on many minds here in Toronto. At ArtsVote, we hope to do our part to ensure that arts and culture are a part of voters’ decisions when they go to the polls. We’ll strive to remain non-partisan, while still representing the best interests of the arts and culture sector. Most of all, we want to be a resource for Torontonians looking to do their part to keep Toronto a vibrant, creative, and fantastic place to live.