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TrueVote Thinks you Voted?
The way the poll system identifies users is by associating the voter’s router address (IP address) with the vote.
You can view your current IP address here:
Only one vote can be taken per IP address. So if you are in a location that shares the same web router (which is most likely the case in an office or school), all users sharing that internet connection will have the same IP address.
We are aware that this may limit participation in some cases, but it also serves to minimize poll manipulation. In the future, we may consider requiring individuals to have a registered account in order to vote so that we can distinguish one voter from another, but at this time we find using the IP address as the identifier to be the least obstructive option. Disabling the IP-Address-as-ID function would allow the potential for anyone to vote multiple times wherever and whenever they wanted, so overall this is the best option we have at this time.
Individuals can still participate as long as they are submitting their vote from a unique location — from their home, a coffee shop, anywhere that has an IP address that has yet to be used to register a vote for that particular poll.