Undecided BC Voters have one more day to make up their minds, on who they want to run the province, after tomorrow’s general election.
According to Elections BC, over 216,000 of them voted in the first three days of advance voting last week, with the Saturday numbers still to come.
They represent just over 7% of the more than 2,900,000 eligible voters in the province.
Locally, the three day turnout in Peace River North was 1,097 and in Peace River South it was 1,032. That represents a turn-out in both constituencies, of 6.6%, of the eligible voters.
Tomorrow the polls open from 8am to 8pm and here in Fort St. John you can vote at the Seniors Hall and the Stonebridge Hotel both, on 100th street…the Pomeroy Hotel, at 113-08 Alaska Road North…or, until 4pm, at the District Electoral Office, at 100-16, 106th street.
Also in this area there are polling stations at the Municipal Office and the Community Hall in Taylor…the Baldonnel Elementary School…the Buick Creek Community Club…the Cecil Lake Community Hall…the Charlie Lake Community Hall…the Montney Recreation Hall…Neighbour’s Inn in Prophet River…the Prespatou School…the Rose Prairie Curling Club…Sasquatch Crossing at Pink Mountain…the Toad River Community Hall…the Wonowon Post Office and the Pearkes Centre in Hudson’s Hope.