Canada at War: THE SERVICES: Votes for Soldiers

Unlike the U.S., Canada solved its service-vote problem with no wrangling. In the next dominion election all servicemen (home and overseas) will get simple "I Vote for " ballots. Special election officers will count the votes, from overseas will cable results home. To give everyone a chance, service voting will last twelve days.


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