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#GoVote: Canadians Flood Instagram With Selfies, Photos At Advance Polls

10/12/2015 10:04 EDT | Updated 10/13/2015 07:59 EDT

Some Canadian voters are hoping their advance poll photos will give others mad voting FOMO.

Voters aren't allowed to take photos inside polling locations or of their ballots, but many took to Instagram to encourage others to get out and vote this weekend.

#canadavotes #govote

A photo posted by dan ❁ (@daniellejoyy) on


How I spent my Saturday.Go vote! #govote#votetogether#electionscanada#winnipeg

A photo posted by Marc Amphavannasouk (@mampyoga) on



Some took photos of the polling stations:

Dropped mine in. Do your part! #govote #stopharper #take20minutes

A photo posted by Sandy Boville (@sandyboville) on


Or their voter cards:


For some, it was their first time voting:

Voted in our first federal election ✔️ #govote

A photo posted by Katelyn Mackay (@kmmackay) on


Many made it a family affair:

DEMOCRACY #vote #govote #reallythough #actuallydoit ✔️

A photo posted by Kyela de Weerdt (@kyela.deweerdt) on



Family time = voting time #govote #advancedpoles #womenfoughtforthis

A photo posted by Amanda Mertz 💎 (@aamandamertzz) on


Voting DONE! Yeah for the #advancepolls for #elections2015 #canadianfederalelections #govote #iwillvote2015

A photo posted by Tee (@formerlyclarkie) on



The message is pretty clear:

Also on HuffPost:

In Photos: Canada Election 2015