The one thing I witnessed in my own riding that I thought was spectacular was that the advanced polling....
There was an opportunity for students to vote at the university campus, which is where my son and I went to cast our votes.
Having it on campus did a number of things. It created awareness. Different groups and clubs within the university, non-partisan included, would encourage people to vote. It was easy. The students could go there and vote in advance.
Do you think that might have been part of the increase?
What's the plan in looking at the numbers of polling stations, for example, that were included in the last election and those moving forward? Are we going to increase them? What sort of increase are we looking at?