"We are fortunate to live in a democracy where we vote for our government every four years — or sometimes more often...I'm happy about the campaign we had. I'm confident about the result but it's now time for citizens to speak. Politicians have spoken enough," - Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard, after casting his vote in Roberval, a few hours north of Quebec City. by Sidhartha Banerjee via The Canadian Press
"I am inviting all Quebecers to vote. I am very serene at this moment. I trust Quebecers will choose a good government to lead them and I am confident about tonight." - Parti Quebecois Leader Pauline Marois, after she cast her ballot Monday in the riding of Charlevoix-Cote-de-Beaupre, northeast of Quebec City.
"During 33 days, I offered a choice that was different from that of the other parties. I put forward ideas. Now it's up to Quebecers to decide." - Coalition For Quebec's Future's Francois Legault, after voting L'Assomption, northeast of Montreal. "The day of an election is always a bit nerve-wracking. You're keen to see the results. But I am very serene." - Legault again, with his thoughts on election day.