Sunday, November 13, 2005
Electronic counting fails Quebec
nine polling stations in Quebec City stayed open 30 minutes longer, because of a computer problem.
At the beginning of the day, ballots were being fed into the system too quickly, and the computers crashed, city officials say. The glitches caused a backlog in the voting process, and officials decided to leave the polls open longer as a result.
In Lévis, Que., one polling station will stay open until 8:50, because a power failure at the polling station during the day.
CBC November 6, 2005 Voting extended in several polling stations
via Electronic voting machine troubles