Windsor voters will have the chance to cast their ballot this weekend as advance polls open in the Rose City.

On Saturday, Windsorites can stop by Devonshire Mall and cast their vote, while on a weekend shopping trip. This will be the first of six opportunities to vote ahead of the Oct. 27 municipal election.

Residents looking to vote are asked to bring their voter card and photo identification between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.

For those still contemplating who to vote for, there will be three opportunities to help residents with their choice.

#VoteN owVoteThen will be a mayoral debate at The Foundry Pub in downtown Windsor, on Oct. 15. Part of the debate will involve polling the audience before, during and after the event. The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board will be hosting an information session with candidates running for school board trustee on the same day, at Holy Names Catholic High School.

On Oct. 24, The Windsor Chronicle, a radio program on CJAM 99.1 FM, will be hosting a live mayoral debate at noon. The University of Windsor radio station is asking for students submitted questions to pose to the candidates.

“We will be asking candidates only those questions that students sent to the CJAM newsroom,” said CJAM’s News Director Zoran Kljajic in a statement.

Twelve people are running for mayor in Windsor.