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More than 6,000 vote early

Voting was light but steady during six days of advance polls in Wednesday's Kelowna West byelection.

A total of 6,142 votes were cast during advance polls, which ended Sunday, including nearly 2,300 on the weekend.

The numbers are more than 2,700 votes shy of those cast during advance polls for last year's general election, but 400 more than the 2013 byelection, in which Christy Clark was elected to the riding.

However, only four advance polls were held in 2013.

General voting day is Wednesday, with 12 polling stations open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Seven polling stations are open in West Kelowna, four in Kelowna and one in Killiney Beach.

Click here for a complete list of locations. Results will be available shortly after the polls close.

Five candidates are vying for the seat left vacant when Clark resigned in August, including former MLA Ben Stewart (BC Liberals), Shelley Cook (NDP), Robert Stupka (Green), Kyle Geronazzo (Libertarian), and Mark Thompson (BC Conservatives).

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