Morris Casts His Ballot
Prince George, B.C. – Prince George-Mackenzie Liberal candidate Mike Morris did his democratic duty by casting his ballot at Edgewood Elementary School today.
He says it’s a right voters should take seriously.
“Very important. They don’t have any room to complain if they don’t cast a ballot. If they cast a ballot, come in and see me, if you’ve got a complaint I’ll talk to you.”
Linda Smerychynski, district electoral officer in the Prince George-Valemount riding, says traffic has been steady at the polls so far today though she hedged when asked when the shortest lineups are.
“It’s unpredictable. We find a lot of times people come during the lunch hour and after work, the rest in between, I just don’t know.”
Harry Hufty, electoral district officer in Prince George-Mackenzie, says some polls have been busy, others “dead quiet,” but adds things “often don’t pick up until later in the day.”
Polls remain open until 8 tonight and the counting will begin immediately afterwards. She expects the first results to be released about “a half an hour later.”
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