Second day of advance voting | Elections Quebec 2022

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Second ;th day of the advance poll | Élections Quebec 2022

Advance voting is taking place in Quebec on September 25 and 26.

Advance voting continues Monday in Mauricie. Already, on Sunday, several voters went to the polls in polling stations in the region.

There is an interest in the vote today [Sunday] it is clear, all our places are still very busy today, and it is a traffic which is still constant , affirmed the returning officer of the riding of Trois-Rivières, Anne-Marie Lavigne.

The director indicated that her organization does not reveal for the moment the exact number of voters who have exercised their right to vote Sunday.

In Trois-Rivières, citizens over the age of 18 can vote at the Monseigneur-Saint-Arnaud Pavilion, the Industrial Building and the Community Pavilion. People who are in isolation because they have contracted COVID-19 can also apply to receive a kit to vote by mail.

A search tool available on the site Elections Quebec's website allows voters to find their polling station to vote in advance. The offices will close at 8 p.m. on Monday.

Teams from Élections Québec visited 23 CHSLDs or seniors' residences on Sunday to allow older people to vote .

In the coming days, it will be possible to vote on the campuses of CEGEPs, vocational training centers and universities. At the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), polling stations will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

A citizen must be registered on the electoral list to vote. If his name is not there, or if there is an error, he has until 2 p.m. on September 29 to make changes, according to Élections Québec.

Marie-Flore Bellemare, a woman who will be 100 years old in a few months, went to the Saint-Étienne-des-Grès community center to vote on Sunday morning, accompanied by her son and daughter-in-law.

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Marie-Flore Bellemare went to vote accompanied by her son.

The citizen , who still lives in his own house, followed the election campaign assiduously, listening to the news on television. I followed her on TV, even one night, it was until 2 a.m. , she mentioned, after having exercised her right to vote.

Ms. Bellemare wanted to make a difference. If it was just missing my name, it wouldn't be worse, to win , she said, laughing.

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