Two hours before the polls closed found the problem.
About a dozen settlements in the canadian province of Ontario were forced to extend by the day local elections are due to problems with the Internet. At least 5 localities near Ottawa with a combined population of about 50 million people, declared a state of emergency and extended the voting. In such a step, and a number of towns from other regions of the province.
In “Dominion Voting”, which provides in this region the technical side telephone and Internet voting, said that he had noticed problems with the Internet access, which prevented the normal operation of the services, just two hours before the polls closed.
The company assured that the integrity of the electoral system and the security of the ballot was not violated. “I want to assure the voters in Ontario that we will work hard to ensure that this problem does not recur in the future. It is important to note that system integrity was never in jeopardy, it remains reliable,” – said in a statement.
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