Summary: Provides a comparative analysis of Toronto civic election results and outlines the fact that there is a very low voter turnout rate in Toronto. Raises the question as to whether voters should also play some part in the nomination process, and would this raise voter interest and turnout. Also suggests staggered two or three year terms to encourage better candidates and continuity of policy.
Publication Date: February 18, 1946
Publication Format: White Papers
Publication Series: White Papers (1915-1945)
Document Number: 307
Tags: Elections, Voter Turnout
Location: City of Toronto Archives