NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has shared a post-vote selfie on social media.\nPosting the image on Twitter and Instagram, Singh discussed casting his vote in the upcoming B.C. election.\nHe wrote, “Today I voted for: a BC NDP government that puts people first. A better future for everyone — not just the super rich. John Horgan to keep leading BC through this pandemic.”\nEditor's Choice: Trudeau & Trump Can't Seem To Agree When It Comes To Opening The Canada-US Border\n View this post on Instagram Today I voted for: ✔️a BC NDP government that puts people first. ✔️a better future for everyone — not just the super rich. ✔️John Horgan to keep leading BC through this pandemic. #BCelxn2020 #bcpoli #bcvotes A post shared by Jagmeet Singh (@jagmeetsingh) on Oct 17, 2020 at 9:51pm PDT\n\n\nThe photo showed the party leader proudly displaying an “I voted” sticker and beaming.\nIt’s not clear whether Jagmeet Singh chose to vote in-person or via mail, but he seems to be pretty happy to have cast his vote regardless!\nWhile Singh did share his post-vote selfie, he avoided any potential trouble by not including his election ballot in the photo — a move that's actually illegal in Canada.\nBack in September, current Premier John Horgan confirmed that an election would be going ahead in B.C. despite the COVID-19 pandemic.\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.