When British Columbians go to the polls on May 12, they will be electing 85 MLAs, which is six more than the last election in 2005. In other words, six new ridings have been added to the electoral map, and the boundaries of some of the others have changed.
Because of these changes, it might be worth your while confirming exactly which riding you belong in; it may have changed. For instance, I was under the impression that I lived in a particular riding but when I checked out the Elections BC map I discovered that I actually live in the riding next door. I could have spent the entire campaign following candidates for whom in the end I could not vote.
All the information is at the Elections BC website, www.elections.bc.ca.