Christy Clark working the phones on election day, May 9, 2017.

Clark in West Kelowna

Follow the Capital News web site tonight for extensive election coverage

B.C. Premier Christy Clark was in West Kelowna on Tuesday morning, beginning election day by working the phones and meeting with volunteers in her riding office in Kelowna West.

Clark has campaigned around the province with her BC Liberal team and is expected to make her way to Vancouver this evening to join the BC Liberal party as the election results come in, once the polls close at 8 p.m. in B.C.

Please watch the Kelowna Capital News web site tonight as we have extensive coverage planned. We will have reporters with the three major parties in the Central Okanagan and will be publishing results as soon as they become available.

We will have stories from the Liberals, NDP and Green Party gatherings.

Also on our web site we will have a fully interactive map where you will be able to follow election results on a province-wide basis.

And our senior regional reporter will be looking at reaction from around the Okanagan.

Check back tonight for comprehensive coverage on

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