Advance polls draw 7,100 voters, while more than 700 vote on the ballot bus

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Voting day in Barrie is tomorrow (Monday), and residents have a number of locations open for casting a ballot.
So far in Barrie, about 7,100 residents have voted in advance polls (roughly eight per cent voter turnout). Just over 735 of those residents voted on the new popular vote bus which stopped at 15 locations over five days.
Residents are encouraged to check if they’re on the Voters’ List before heading to the polls by:
• Going to barrie.ca/VoterLookup
• Calling 705-728-VOTE (8683) from Monday to Friday, 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.
• Visiting 1st floor City Hall (70 Collier Street) Monday to Friday, 8:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Additions or changes to the Voters’ List are permitted up to and including final voting day.
All votes are counted electronically on Oct. 22. Unofficial result will be posted on the City’s social media channels (@cityofbarrie on Facebook and Twitter) and www.barrie.ca/ElectionResults as they are received.
Official results will be available later in the week. The council chamber will be open on the evening of Oct. 22 for anyone who wishes to gather to see results reported on the overhead screen. For complete details on the 2018 Municipal Election, visit barrie.ca/election.

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