Laila Yule has the scoop. Clark delivered lunches – and a photo op – to her poll scrutineers Wednesday. Here’s the relevant Election Act section: “(3) Other than for the purpose of voting, a candidate must not be present while voting proceedings are being conducted”.
Update – Elections BC’s guide to the election Act says this about campaigning in front of the polling station:
“During a campaign period, there is a 100-metre no-campaigning zone around the building where the office of the District Electoral Officer (DEO) is located. Within this zone, no one may post, display or distribute: election advertising, any material that identifies a candidate, registered political party or registered constituency association, unless it is with the authorization of the DEO”.
Methinks she’s on the edge, legally. That means Craig James will allow it.