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Which of the following is NOT a basis on which a candidate can mount a protest to an online election? a. Voter accidentally clicked the wrong button. c. Voters were not properly identified when
casting a ballot. b. Voters without Internet are excluded from having the opportunity to vote. d. Technical difficulties caused a lapse in availability for voters.
The answer is b. Voters without Internet are excluded from having the opportunity to vote.
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