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September 7, 2021, 13:11

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Applications for participation in online voting are accepted until 23:59 on September 13.

Muscovites can vote in the upcoming elections from anywhere, be it a polar station or an icebreaker. To do this, you just need to submit an application for participation in electronic voting.

So, the Muscovite Sergei Danilov will cast his vote, being in Simferopol, where he works as a courier. Electrician from the capital Andrey Troitsky will do it in Tyumen, pilot-instructor Ivan Nerusin – in the Tomsk region, oilman Daria Portnova – in Khanty-Mansiysk, polar explorer Anton Ivanov – in Antarctica, engineer Alexander Sherstobitov – on an icebreaker in the Barents Sea, forester Vladislav Lazykin – in the Tver region, and the telecommunications specialist Andrey Svechnikov – in Switzerland.

Thanks to electronic voting, even those who find themselves outside the planet will be able to exercise their right to vote. For example, an application has already been submitted cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, which is now on the ISS.

To vote online, you need a full account. Muscovites need to log in to the portal and go link… It has already been done 1.5 million people.

Applications for participation in electronic voting are accepted until 23:59 on September 13. Then they will start checking the lists to exclude those who registered online from the register of voters at polling stations.

Muscovites who vote online will take part in a drawing as part of the action#ChooseTogetherthe Million Prizes program. Reward points can be exchanged for purchases or donated to charity. In addition to points, cars and one-room apartments will be raffled off.

All-Russian elections to the State Duma will be held from 17 to 19 September. In addition, in several districts of the capital these days, deputies of the Moscow City Duma will be elected, and in Shchukin – deputies of the municipal assembly of the district.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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