MONTREAL — NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spent Monday morning checking out his party’s electoral machinery in his home riding of Outremont in Montreal.
Mulcair visited a zone house, which serves as a regional command post for volunteers who help mobilize the vote.
He thanked the people working on his campaign and for a time rolled up his sleeves to check lists of known supporters.
The NDP is known to have an efficient system for getting out the vote, which will be crucial for the party.
Mulcair seemed upbeat and said the party had a wonderful campaign and that he was having a great day.
He had already cast his ballot in an advance poll and will spend the day urging on supporters.
The Canadian Press