If you think voting is inconvenient, time consuming, even – dare we say it – a waste of your time – think again.
It’s easy, quick and will take up only a small portion of your day. Despite some Vancouver polling stations having long lines, many people are reporting they’re moving swiftly or that their stations have no lines at all.
— Penny Daflos (@PennyDaflos) October 19, 2015
— Ken Ohrn (@KenOhrn) October 19, 2015
— NealBrosWest (@NealBrosWest) October 19, 2015
So if Twitter is any indication, you have no excuse not to vote – your employer is required by law to give you three hours off from work to go to the polls. The fact that it will only take you minutes is just a plus.
Not sure what to bring to the polling station as identification? We’ve got you covered. Click here to find out more.
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The polls close at 7 p.m. PST in B.C., so happy voting, and remember – you can’t complain if you don’t exercise your right to vote.