How To Vote In The CrossRiverWatch Online Governorship Poll

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By CrossRiverWatch admin

To vote in the ongoing CrossRiverWatch online governorship election poll, every interested voter must have a Facebook, Twitter or Google ID.

The voter will click on the picture on the home page and it will automatically direct you to another display page like the one below.

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On the page above, the names of the five governorship candidates are clearly displayed. The voter will then choose your choice candidate by clicking on the box before his/her name and then click on the ‘vote’ icon under the names. After clicking the ‘vote’ icon, the system will display a dialogue box like the one below asking you to connect to either of your facebook, twitter or google account to enable you vote. The voter has a choice of revealing his/her identity after voting or can simply vote anonymously by choosing from the two options also displayed at the bottom of the page.

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After voting, a confirmation of your vote will be immediately displayed with all other results so far as displayed below.

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Now click here to vote

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