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Sovreignty is a key issue as Quebec goes to the polls
Quebec's provincial election goes Monday
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Quebec's National Assembly
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Monday is Election Day in Quebec.

6 million people are eligible to cast a ballot.

It's being called one of the nastiest provincial election campaigns in decades, with mud-slinging over ethics and whether or not there would be another sovereignty referendum.

Premier Pauline Marois has expressed optimism her government will hang on to power, however her Parti Quebecois is trailing in opinion polls.

There has been a surge in support for the 3rd-place coalition party, prompting Quebec Liberal leader Philippe Couillard to warn casting a ballot for the coalition could split the vote and return the Parti Quebecois to power.

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Quebec's National Assembly
Photo: CTV News

Monday is Election Day in Quebec.

6 million people are eligible to cast a ballot.

It's being called one of the nastiest provincial election campaigns in decades, with mud-slinging over ethics and whether or not there would be another sovereignty referendum.

Premier Pauline Marois has expressed optimism her government will hang on to power, however her Parti Quebecois is trailing in opinion polls.

There has been a surge in support for the 3rd-place coalition party, prompting Quebec Liberal leader Philippe Couillard to warn casting a ballot for the coalition could split the vote and return the Parti Quebecois to power.

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