Municipal general elections are held on a fixed date on the first Sunday of November every four years. The next general election will be held on November 7, 2021, simultaneously in all municipalities in Quebec.

The population of Harrington will then have to elect a mayor and 6 municipal councillors.

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Have you recently moved to Harrington?

Be sure to file your change of address with the Service québécois de changement d’adresse (SQCA). You can also contact Elections Québec directly by calling 1 888 ELECTION or 1 888-353-2846 or by writing to to have your name entered on the permanent list of electors with your new address.

You don’t live in Harrington?

You may be eligible to vote if you own property or occupy a business establishment in the City on or before September 1, 2020. To exercise your right to vote, you must submit an application to be added to the voters list by completing the appropriate form for your situation.

To be eligible, you must be 18 years of age or older on election day and a Canadian citizen on September 1, 2021. You must not be under curatorship or be deprived of your electoral rights on that date.

To exercise your right to vote, you must submit an application for registration on the municipal voters list.


The application for registration or proxy remains valid until it is replaced or withdrawn. If you wish to replace or withdraw an existing application or proxy, please contact the electoral officer.

The completed form should be mailed or delivered in person to the attention of:

Brigitte Dubuc, Returning officer

Harrington Town Hall
2940 Route 327
Harrington, Quebec J8G 2T1

Hours of Operation | Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Electoral Calendar


Filing of Nomination Papers

The period during which a person may file his or her completed nomination papers, along with the appropriate documents, with the office of the Election Chairperson begins on September 17, 2021 and ends at 4:30 p.m. on October 1, 2021.

The nomination form will be available shortly on this website, as well as at the office of the returning officer.

Information: 819 687-2122

Candidate’s Guide

The candidate’s guide, developed by Elections Québec, provides more information on the conditions required to run as a candidate, the filing of a nomination paper, the authorization of independent candidates, the disclosure of certain donations, the return of expenses and much more!

Consult the candidate’s guide