People voting on election day tomorrow (Oct. 24) should keep some guidelines in mind.
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Election day: how to vote tomorrow
Published 5:00 PDT, Fri October 23, 2020
British Columbians are set to head to the polls tomorrow in a provincial general election that comes amid COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. While many people have already voted in advance or via mail-in ballot, those who are heading to a polling station tomorrow should keep a few things in mind.
People who received a vote-by-mail package but have not dropped it off yet can do so tomorrow between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. at any district electoral office or voting place.
Voting at your assigned voting place is the easiest way to vote, but you can also vote at any other voting place. If you vote at your assigned location, your ballot will be counted on election night. But if you vote at another location, your ballot will not be counted until final count several weeks later. Your voting place can be found on your “Where to Vote” card, by entering your address into Elections BC’s “Where to Vote” app, or by calling 1-800-661-8683.
If you are voting in person, remember to bring acceptable ID. For more information, click here. Elections BC also recommends people bring their “Where to Vote” card, and people can also bring their own pen or pencil and a mask.
For more information on how to vote on election day, click here.
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