B.C. will elect a new government and opposition Tuesday. (Photo submitted)

Voting officially underway

Numerous options for voters in Vernon-Monashee and the Shuswap constituencies as well as Kelowna West and Kelowna-Lake Country

The campaigning is over and B.C.’s future is now in the hands of voters.

Polls for today’s provincial election officially open at 8 a.m. and run until 8 p.m.

In Vernon-Monashee, the candidates are New Democrat Barry Dorval, Liberal Eric Foster, Libertarian Don Jefcoat and Green Keli Westgate.

The options in Shuswap are Green Kevin Babcock, Liberal Greg Kyllo, New Democrat Sylvia Lindgren and Libertarian Kyle McCormack.

Races are also underway in Kelowna-Lake Country and Kelowna West, which includes the North Westside Road area.

To find your polling station, go to http://elections.bc.ca

Once the polls close at 8 p.m., go to vernonmorningstar.com for updated results and also check us out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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