Hopefully more people will vote this time out than did in 2018, when only 32.89 per cent – that’s 110,920 of 337289 eligible voters in Surrey – did their civic duty. (Photo: Anna Burns)

Hopefully more people will vote this time out than did in 2018, when only 32.89 per cent – that’s 110,920 of 337289 eligible voters in Surrey – did their civic duty. (Photo: Anna Burns)

Surrey Election

It’s Election Day in Surrey: Polls are now closed

As they say, if you didn’t vote, then don’t gripe about the outcome

Polls are now closed as Surrey voters cast their ballots today to decide who will be running the show at City Hall and who will be Surrey’s school trustees for the next four years.

Much is at stake at this critical point in Surrey’s history. Issues like policing, housing, affordability and transparency at city hall were all hot-button topics during the campaign.

Hopefully more people will vote this time out than did in 2018, when only 32.89 per cent – that’s 110,920 of 337289 eligible voters in Surrey – did their civic duty.

As they say, if you didn’t vote, then don’t gripe about the outcome.

Keep checking surreynowleader.com and our Facebook page for full coverage of the results, including reaction and live video from the winner’s victory party.

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