A huge number of Torontonians have already voted
—The number of people who voted on Tuesday, the first of six days of advance polling for the 2014 municipal election. The city is touting this as the highest first-day advance-polling turnout ever—which it is, by far. (The entire weekday turnout during 2010’s advance polling was about 16,000.) This year’s number may be a little inflated, though, because the city is running many times more weekday polling stations than it did during the last election.