Selfie walls set up at polling stations for BC Election (PHOTOS)

May 9 2017, 5:52 pm

Have you taken your voting selfie yet?

After casting their ballot in today’s BC Election, voters can head over to the selfie wall set up in most polling stations and snap a quick picture as a way to celebrate completing their civic duty.

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And it seems like British Columbians are certainly not camera shy why it comes to celebrating the democratic process.


Awkward I Voted selfie. #bcelection #ivoted #bcpoli #iamlinda #britishcolumbia #bcelxn17 #betterbc

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#democracyday #vote #bcelxn17

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Voting day #bcelxn17 #shereallywantedtovote

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I just earned my right to complain about government. #ivotebc #bcelxn17 #electionbc #bcpoli

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If you want to share your voting selfie, make sure to upload your picture onto social media with the hashtag #ivoteBC or #BCelxn17.

But most importantly, get out there and vote! Polls close at 8 pm. And if you’re still confused about who to vote for, Daily Hive has got you covered.

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