Earlier this year someone took it upon themselves to interfere with the community poll the Kitimat Daily presents for their readership. An automated program was written to vote as fast as once every three seconds. We wrote about this attack on the residents of Kitimat free and fair sharing HERE.
It happened yesterday evening again. Within 15 minutes the vote count for Corinne Scott jumped by 110 votes.
We see many have voted more then once, some up to 18 times, but this type of jump is remarkable.
So just to be fair to all we must bring it to your attention, the results of this poll are by no means anywhere near realistic.
Our next step will be to add beside each candidates name the number of votes that should be subtracted from the total. This number will be the amount of votes exceeding 10, (allowing for up to ten votes from one household) received from a single computer.
Watch for the updates and see for yourself.
We do not know who is doing this. And no assumptions should be made. One could do this, knowing we would expose it, in an attempt to discredit a candidate.