Steady pace at the polls as election day in Chilliwack continues

Residents lined up outside polling stations before they opened

Voting remains brisk at Chilliwack polling stations, but no major delays are being reported.

Residents were lined up outside some locations as voting began at 8 a.m.

And while some lines were long, they moved quickly.

“We got to Sardis Elementary at 8,” reported Erin Osborne on The Progress Facebook page. “There was already a substantial line, but it moved quickly. We were in and out in 20 minutes.”

The polls will remain open until 8 p.m. tonight.

Voters are reminded to bring two pieces of ID with them.

READ MORE: Here’s what you need to know for election day

Be sure to check back after 8 p.m. tonight for results.

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