I will be at Mayor Sam Katz's HQ on election night.
I will be covering all kinds of reaction from Judy's campaign headquarters on election night.
It's Election Day!! Kind of feels like Christmas! Hope you go and vote despite this wet and windy day.
It's election day! Get out and vote!.
Mayor Sam Katz voted at Shaftesbury High School this morning.
Mayoral candidate Judy Wasylycia-Leis told reporters this morning she feels relaxed and has no regrets going into tonight's race for Mayor.
She also says she has a feeling we're going to see "a new direction for Winnipeg" tonight.
Her supporters tell Global News they're very excited and have been working all morning getting as many voters as they can to the polls before 8 tonight.
Watched Kowalson and his family cast their votes at Montrose School today. He's confident he has this race!
Orlikow voted in advance polls, found him delivering lunch to his scrutineers. He didn't want to come across too confident about his predictions for final results.
Election fever has taken over the newsroom. I'll be at Jenny Motkaluk's campaign office in the Mynarski ward. Residents still afraid to leave their homes after last weekends shootings will choose from 6 candidates. It's bound to be an exciting race!! Coverage begins at 6 and then again from 9 to 10:30. And we'll be online giving updates throughout the night.
Winnipeg is still under a wind warning ... we're seeing wind gusts up 70km/h
We're seeing the tail end of this massive storm ... NASA snapped a pic from space.
Mayor Sam Katz to watch election results with family at the Radisson Hotel..
Sound checks at Judy's campaign headquarters going well it looks like supporters will be jiving to the Pointer Sisters "Jump" when Judy arrives.
If you're waiting for the wind to calm down ... before you cast your vote ... it's not gonna happen. It will continue to howl 40-60km/h. Brave the elements and cast your vote!
Judy says if she's elected mayor she will meet with the chief of police first thing tomorrow to discuss the latest investigation into the shooting spree last weekend that has the community still rattled.
Election Preview: CHARLESWOOD - TUXEDO
This ward will elect a new councillor for the first time in decades, due to the death of long-time councillor Bill Clement last May.
Some polling stations broken at Seven Oaks School and long line-ups at St John's School.
Election Preview: DANIEL MCINTYRE
Harvey Smith has been the councillor here since 1998. Smith is up against Keith Bellamy, who has the NDP party endorsement.
This ward is considered a NDP stronghold, however the party may face some competition from Liberal Cindy Gilroy-Price and community leader Lito Taruc.