Turnout steady at Qualicum Beach advance poll

Voters didn't trickle into the voting booths during Wednesday's advance poll in Qualicum Beach, they flowed

Deputy corporate administrator Heather Svensen said activity was steady at the first day of advance polls in Qualicum Beach

QUALICUM BEACH – Turnout was relatively high at advance polls in the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on the first day of voting.

Town of Qualicum Beach deputy corporate administrator Heather Svensen said election staff had recorded a total of 378 ballots being cast as of 1 p.m. Wednesday.

The total number of Qualicum Beach voters who cast ballots at advance polls during the last municipal campaign roughly was 1,050 over the two days of advance polling.

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