Election day in B.C. is May 9.

ELECTION 2017: All you need to know on May 9

How to vote and where to catch up on the issues you missed in the B.C. election run-up




After a month of campaigning, rallies and political back-and-forth, it’s election day in B.C.

Polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. By law, your employer must give you four hours to vote. Not sure where to vote? Find your voting station on your voter card or use Election BC’s ‘Where to Vote’ tool.

You may also vote at any electoral district office until 4 p.m. Tuesday. Remember to bring voter ID or have someone vouch for you.

Want to catch up on everything that’s happened in the run-up to the 2017 provincial election? Check out Black Press’ coverage below or visit your local paper’s coverage for all your riding’s news. Check back in when polls close at 8 p.m. for live riding-by-riding election coverage.

 

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