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Greg Essensa

Chief Electoral Officer

Elections Ontario

HQ Phone:  (416) 326-6300

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Elections Ontario

51 Rolark Drive

Toronto, Ontario, M1R 3B1

Canada

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Elections Ontario is responsible for running provincial elections in Ontario. We are a non-partisan office of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, which means we have no political affiliation. Elections Ontario protects the integrity of the electoral process...more

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Director of Elections and Registry Services

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AODA ALLIANCE CALLS ON ELECTIONS ONTARIO TO PROVIDE TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING IN UPCOMING KITCHENER-WATERLOO BY-ELECTION

's Chief Electoral Officer, Greg Essensa, to ask Elections Ontario to make the options of telephone and internet voting available in the upcoming Kitchener-Waterloo by-election.
On May 23, 2012, the AODA Alliance wrote Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa to voice our objection to this decision. We asked Mr. Essensa for a meeting as soon as possible to discuss this issue. The Chief Electoral Officer, Greg Essensa, has asked me to respond to your letter, addressed to him and dated May 14, 2012. Mr. Greg Essensa, Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Essensa, you did not come to on-line voting as a novice when the Legislature passed Bill 231 two years ago.


ELECTIONS ONTARIO DECLINES OUR PROPOSALS TO MAKE ONTARIO'S TWO SEPTEMBER 6, 2012 BY-ELECTIONS FULLY ACCESSIBLE TO VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES - UNDAUNTED, WE PRESS ELECTIONS ONTARIO FOR FULL DISCLOSURE OF ITS EFFORTS TO DATE AND FUTURE PLANS REGARDING VOTING ACCESSIBILITY INCLUDING TELEPHONE AND INTERNET VOTING

The Chief Electoral Officer, Greg Essensa, has asked me to respond to your letters, addressed to him and dated May 23, 2012 and August 24, 2012.
At that meeting, Mr. Essensa noted that, with the Committee's support, Elections Ontario has made significant progress in building inclusive accessible processes into election delivery and its day to day operations. Mr. Greg Essensa, Chief Electoral Officer Elections Ontario 51 Rolark Drive Scarborough, Ontario M1R 3B1 facsimile (416) 326-6200


AODA Alliance Calls on Elections Ontario to Offer Telephone and Internet Voting in Upcoming as-Yet Unscheduled By-elections - And Seeks More Information about Elections Ontario's Plans Regarding These Accessible Voting Technologies

Mr. Greg Essensa, Chief Electoral Officer
Elections Ontario 51 Rolark Drive Scarborough, Ontario M1R 3B1 facsimile (416) 326-6200


http://sylviajonesmpp.ca/2015/12/23/431/

On February 19th Ontario's Chief Electoral Officer Greg Essensa found Liberal operative Gerry Lougheed Jr. and the Premier's Deputy Chief of Staff Pat Sorbara in contravention of the Elections Act for allegedly attempting to bribe former Liberal candidate Andrew Olivier to not run as their candidate in the Sudbury by-election.


http://www.thesudburystar.com/2016/04/28/rcmp-should-have-looked-into-sudbury-scandal

In February 2015, Elections Ontario CEO Greg Essensa issued an unprecedented report alleging contraventions of the Elections Act.
Police are still investigating those charges. Essensa said he believed two Liberal operatives -- Pat Sorbara, Wynne's deputy chief of staff, and Lougheed -- contravened the Elections Act by offering former candidate Andrew Olivier an inducement to step aside in the nomination for the Sudbury byelection to make way for Thibeault. "No chief electoral officer of Ontario has ever conducted a regulatory investigation into allegations of bribery or ever reported an apparent contravention of the home statutes of my office to the attorney general," Essensa said in his report.


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