Ontario Election: Majority casted votes in Advance Polls

Ontario experiences the last few waves of voting pleas from the three key political parties – NDP, Liberals and Conservatives. Dalton McGuinty, Tim Hudak and Andrea Horwath, all three are vigorously urging Ontario to vote for them.

On Tuesday, both Premier Dalton McGuinty and Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak accelerated their campaign in southern Ontario while NDP Leader Andrea Horwath drove all her forces in the north. McGuinty also has plans to visit Cambridge, Bolton and Pickering.

On the other hand, Hudak aims at stopping by Ottawa, Madoc, Peterborough, Pickering and Vaughan while Horwath started the day by first going to Queen’s Park and later to Sudbury and Thunder Bay.

According to Elections Ontario, almost 625,000 people have already cast their votes in advance polls for Thursday’s election. Initial figures show that 624,958 voters casted their votes over the 10 days of advance polling. Back in 2007, nearly 452,000 electors voted at an advance poll for the 39th general election. Voters can still vote in advance of Election Day at their local returning office and satellite office.

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