After heading out to the polling stations to vote in today's civic election, Vancouverites, of course, took to Twitter to share their experiences.
The topics of discussion circled around the daunting ballot, which as most of you would know, listed 158 candidates running for mayor, council, school board and park board in a random order rather than alphabetically.
On top of this voters were a little cranky about dealing with slow ballot processors and long lines at some voting booths.
But, on a positive note, people were loving the bright pink 'I voted' stickers. Some tweeted they "voted just for the sticker," while others colour coordinated the sticker to their outfit.
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Here's what Vancouverites were tweeting:
The ballot was as long as my torso #VancouverVotes— Melody Anne (@EroticEducator) October 21, 2018
Do I get to complain in the future even if I didn't get an "I Voted" sticker? #VancouverVotes— Andy Aitch (@AndEAitch) October 21, 2018
Until today, I’d never felt like I was doing the walk of shame when I left a polling place #vanelxn18— EastVanHalen (@eastvanhalen) October 21, 2018
My #vancouvervotes by the numbers:— Zach (@zacharack) October 20, 2018
27 elected positions
3 capital plan questions
400 minutes of research
10 minutes to cast my vote
474th voter at my voting place
1 I Voted sticker
250 minutes (as of now) left to #vote#vanpoli #vanelxn18 #vanelxn #Vancouver pic.twitter.com/gVyBz9NXHx