All the main party leaders have cast their ballots for tonight's election.
And all are feeling pretty good about themselves.
CAQ leader Francois Legault said he's feeling serene though a little nervous.
"I have presented to Quebeckers during 33 days another option, a real change, now it's up to Quebeckers to decide today and I'm hopeful," Legault told reporters, after casting his ballot at the L'Assomption community center, accompanied by his wife.
PQ leader Pauline Marois cast her vote this morning in her riding of Charlevoix-Côte-de-Beaupré. Like Legault, she said she is also feeling serene at this moment.
"I have confidence in Quebecers that they will choose a good government to lead them and I have confidence for tonight," Marois said.
Québec Solidaire leader Françoise David voted this morning in her riding of Gouin. Quebec Liberal leader Philippe Couillard cast his ballot in his riding of Roberval.
Like the other party leaders, Couillard urged people to vote, adding he's happy about the campaign he ran and is also feeling confident.
"It's now time for citizens to speak, politicians have spoken enough."