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TORONTO –
Almost 5.8 million people used the advanced poll to cast their vote in this federal election.

According to Elections Canada, an estimated 5.78 million Canadians have already voted, an 18.5 percent increase from the 2019 election and a 57 percent increase from the 2015 election.

“I would like to thank the voters who took advantage of the pre-election for their patience and help in making this experience safe for everyone,” said Perrault in a press release.

“Canadians still have the option to contribute to this great democratic exercise by voting on election day or by returning their special ballot before the September 20th deadline.”

Elections Canada added that another breakdown of the estimated number of voters who took the advanced polls in each ride will be released soon.

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Almost 5.8 million people used the advanced poll to cast their vote in this federal election.

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