VIDEO: This is how mobile voting stations work on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

The City of Vancouver hit the streets this week setting up mobile voting stations in homeless shelters, drop-in centres and parks in the Downtown Eastside and throughout downtown.

The goal is to get more people to cast a ballot in this month’s civic election.

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On Wednesday, residents of the Downtown Eastside had a chance to vote at a “mobile voting station” set up the Evelyne Saller Centre and later that day at Oppenheimer Park.

To see the voting stations in action, watch the video below.



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