Early data from Elections Ontario suggests that voter turnout has hit a historic low.

Province-wide voter turnout hit 43.03 per cent, down 13.97 per cent from the 2018 election, with 7,990 of 8,072 polling stations reporting.

This is lower than any previous election in the province's history.

Voter turnout in Kenora-Rainy River and Kiiwetinoong took a hit as well.

In Kenora-Rainy River, voter turnout was down 15.76 per cent from 54.12 per cent in 2018 to 38.36 per cent last night.

Turnout dropped from 45.8 per cent to 27.4 per cent in the Kiiwetinoong riding. This is an 18.4 per cent drop.