Source: Hannah Jackson, Global News, October 16, 2019
New numbers released by Elections Canada on Tuesday say voter turnout during the four-day advance polling period was up 29 per cent over numbers recorded ahead of the federal election in 2015.
According to Elections Canada, preliminary figures show 4.7 million electors turned out to vote between Oct. 11 and Oct. 14.
Numbers released on Monday say 1.6 million of those voters cast their ballots during the first two days.
Over the four-day early voting period during the previous election, a total of 3.65 million Canadians voted, representing 20.8 per cent of all votes cast.
Image Source: Chris Young/CP
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