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posted ago by RonUlyssesSwanson ago by RonUlyssesSwanson +11 / -0

I passed by my polling station just now and found that the line compared to when I went in advance polling is, no exaggeration, about 100 times longer than when I went in advance polling.

It looped out of the building and around several other surrounding buildings. The car backlog of drivers just waiting to pull into the side street was around 15. I can only imagine how long the wait is, considering it took unusually long once inside even for me in advance polling.

Around 90% of my riding votes either Liberal or Conservative federally, and I have no reason to think this time will be any different based on the signs and what 338Canada says. We shall find out who has more resolve. I like our chances this time around compared to the sentiment in 2019.

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Ontarian 2 points ago +2 / -0

My polling station is way farther away than it was last time and must cover a much larger part of the riding. I can only image what it will be like. Usually I prefer to vote on election day but I went to the advance poll instead.

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RightOfSask 2 points ago +2 / -0

Didn't even take me 5 minutes to vote. The small wonders of living in a small town in Saskatchewan.