Advance polls packed in some areas
Lineups for one advance poll in Cote St. Luc was over one hour long at points yesterday, according to a Director General of Elections official.
John Keane, who runs the advance polling station at a Cote St. Luc arena, said it's the busiest advance polling period he's seen in over a decade.
Today, a steady stream of voters made their way in and out of the arena in under ten minutes.
DGE spokesperson Denis Dion told CJAD News that there have indeed been a marked increase in the number of voter registrations and inquiries on their telephone line.
Those on the electoral list can vote in advance until 8 p.m. tonight.
For more information on voting, visit Elections Quebec or call 1-888-ELECTION.