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18 September 2021, 15:47

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You can vote online until 20:00 on September 19.

Polar explorer Anton Ivanov cast his vote in the elections to the State Duma. The Muscovite is now in Antarctica, so he decided to take part in the electronic voting.

Thanks to electronic voting, even cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky, which is now on the International Space Station. Muscovite Sergei Danilov also voted online from Simferopol. There he works as a courier. Electrician Andrei Troitsky did it in Tyumen, forester Vladislav Lazykin in the Tver region, and telecommunications specialist Andrei Svechnikov in Switzerland.

In total, more than two million Muscovites have registered to participate in online voting. They will take part in the drawing as part of the promotion #ChooseTogether the 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. On September 18, the first draw winners prizes among the participants of online voting.

All-Russian elections to the State Duma are held from 17 to 19 September. In addition, in several districts of the capital these days, deputies of the Moscow City Duma are 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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