Advance polls open today and tomorrow

With the April 7th election fast approaching some got a head start today.

Advance polling began on Sunday and will continue on Monday.

Elections Quebec says those wishing to take advantage of the early polls can do so between 9:30 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.

To vote, you have to establish your identity by presenting one of the following documents:

your health insurance card;
your driver’s license;
your Canadian passport;
your certificate of Indian status; or
your Canadian Forces ID.

The address of your polling station is on the notice that was sent out by mail.

You can also find the correct polling station by entering your postal code on the Elections Quebec website or by calling 1 888 ELECTION (1 888 353-2846).

If you are still not registered you have until the end of the special revision period on April 3 at 2 p.m.

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