Tanya Harder with the very-2020 I Voted face mask

PHOTOS: With toques and masks, Abbotsford voters head to the polls

This B.C. election is one like no other

The 2020 provincial election has been an election like no other.

Hundreds of thousands of people have already cast their ballots, but local polling stations still saw a steady stream of voters.

As most citizens headed to the polls, party staffer, volunteers and candidates have been working to rally every last vote for their cause. Polls won’t close until 8 p.m.

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Marvin Hildebrand sent this photo after having voted in Abbotsford.

Marvin Hildebrand sent this photo after having voted in Abbotsford.

Daryle Martell

Daryle Martell

Kourtney Krause’s son Henry didn’t vote, but he did get a sticker.

Kourtney Krause’s son Henry didn’t vote, but he did get a sticker.

Photo courtesy ‘Ed Heather Thiessen’

Photo courtesy ‘Ed Heather Thiessen’

Tanya Harder with the very-2020 I Voted face mask

Tanya Harder with the very-2020 I Voted face mask

Kendra Kilback and her son.

Kendra Kilback and her son.

‘It’s my right’ Emily Kelly says

‘It’s my right’ Emily Kelly says

BC Liberal candidate Michael de Jong started the process of collecting lawn signs today.

BC Liberal candidate Michael de Jong started the process of collecting lawn signs today.

NDP candidate Preet Rai was out waving signs earlier today.

NDP candidate Preet Rai was out waving signs earlier today.

BC Liberal candidate Bruce Banman works the phones Saturday.

Like many candidates, Abbotsford-Missioni Pam Alexis spent time calling supporters to get out the vote.