Advance voting for the provincial election has been incredibly popular.
Elections Manitoba’s Allison Mitchell tells 680 CJOB people have been pouring in.
“So far, we have numbers for the first five days. We’re at over 66,000 voters altogether,” says Mitchell.
We’re on pace to crack more than 100,000 advanced votes. In 2011, we hit 78,000.
To vote in advance, whether you’re on the voter list or not, you need to bring photo ID, like a drivers licence.
Don’t like your options?
You can still go to the polls and decline your vote. That way, it gets counted in a special category.
The advanced polls run for two more days.