Calgary voters complained about long lines and disorganized polling stations after the polls closed at 8 p.m. during Calgary’s municipal election. Reports suggest some communities only had one polling station while other polling stations ran out of ballots. At St. Mary’s Hall located on 18 Avenue and 2nd Street SW, more than 200 people were waiting inside to vote.

.@KadSanjeev, #ward6 candidate, says turnout for #yycvotes is a sign that “People are looking for a change in the status quo.” #CJVote pic.twitter.com/VvEfQh1LUa

— Halen K (@koop_halen) October 17, 2017

Duane Bratt, policy studies analyst at Mount Royal University compared the polling mess to the US.