ELECTION 2011: Follow instant updates on vicnews.com

The Victoria News will be on the town Monday night to follow all the happenings during the federal election.

Our reporters will be stationed at candidates’ offices in the Victoria and Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca ridings. We’ll update our website at www.vicnews.com constantly, starting at 7 p.m. As election results come in, we’ll be sure we deliver them to you as they’re happening.

You can also watch for updates, tidbits and blogs on our Facebook page. ‘Like’ us by clicking here. Our Facebook page is the best way to ask questions and leave comments as the results pour in.

And don’t forget to go out and vote on Monday, May 2. For more information on voting, go to Elections Canada’s website.

Still undecided on whom to choose? Read our coverage of Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca candidates’ views on transit, defence and sewage. Or look deeper into the defence debate. We also talked to candidates in both the Victoria and Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca ridings about the importance of ethics.

For a closer look at each candidate, read about Victoria NDP incumbent Denise Savoie, Victoria Liberal candidate Christopher Causton, Victoria Green candidate Jared Giesbrecht and Victoria Conservative candidate Patrick Hunt.

In Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca, read about NDP candidate Randall Garrison, Conservative candidate Troy DeSouza, Liberal candidate Lillian Szpak, Green candidate Shaunna Salsman, Canadian Action Party candidate Christopher Porter and independent candidate Louis Lesosky.

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