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News Bulletin provides election night coverage

The News Bulletin is your go-to source for federal campaign coverage leading up to voting day Monday (May 2) and we’ll continue to be your best source of up-to-date information on election night.

By sharing resources with our Black Press sister papers in Duncan, Ladysmith, Parksville and Port Alberni, we’ll have reporters assigned to all the main candidates in both Nanaimo-Alberni and Nanaimo-Cowichan on election night.

Those reporters will be filing stories to our website (www.nanaimobulletin.com) as the polls close and right up to the declaration of the winners.

The Tuesday (May 3) edition of the News Bulletin Daily will also carry stories about the election, while the Thursday (May 5) print edition of the News Bulletin will have in-depth post-election coverage and reaction, which will also be posted to our website.

Voters should also take note that polls close at 7 p.m. on Monday (May 2). Results will start coming in shortly thereafter.

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