The Chief Electoral Officer says anybody who doesn’t get to vote within the provincial election both left it too late or had no want to take action.
Bruce Chaulk says an extension to the deadline for particular ballots gave individuals ample alternative to register by cellphone, e mail, or fax. Nevertheless, he believes many individuals merely put it off till it was too late.
He says it wasn’t a lot individuals being pressured to use on the final minute. Reasonably, he says individuals waited until the final minute, including the date and time of Friday evening’s deadline was extensively identified however many nonetheless procrastinated and missed the cutoff.
In the meantime, Chaulk disputes criticism from seniors advocate Suzanne Brake that the aged have been disenfranchised within the course of. He says he by no means heard from Brake first nor final.
Chaulk says the decision centre was open for 12 hours day-after-day final week to take calls from individuals with out e mail or computer systems, including he’s had no communication with Brake on the difficulty.
He couldn’t put a exact quantity on the purposes acquired thus far, however he acknowledged it was round 100,000 as of Friday.
Chaulk reiterated that everybody who made the deadline will be capable of vote.