Provincial Elections: Polling Day in Outaouais | Elections Quebec 2022
Voters can vote at their assigned polling station between 9:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. (archives).
It's voting day in the Outaouais and everywhere in Quebec. As part of the provincial elections, residents can vote until 8 p.m. at the local polling station assigned to them.
Élections Québec reminds that there is no x27;It is not mandatory to have the notice of registration or the reminder card in hand to vote. All you need is acceptable ID.
Details of local polling station hours of operation are listed on the yellow reminder card sent by Elections Quebec.
Residents can also find where to vote by entering their postal code on the Elections Quebec website.
Voters in the Outaouais have turned out in large numbers to vote early this year. Élections Québec also noted heavy traffic at its polling stations on Sunday, September 25 and Monday, September 26.
More than 21% of electors have already voted in the riding of Chapleau, and more than 20% in Hull. In the ridings of Gatineau and Papineau, the rates of advance voting are close to 20%. As for Pontiac voters, just over 16% of them have already gone to the polls.
Across Quebec, that's nearly 23% of voters who have already voted.
In the 2018 provincial election, 13% of voters in the Outaouais region voted in advance polls, while the provincial average was 18%.< /p>
In total, the Outaouais has nearly 290,000 voters.