Toronto writer fined $250 for vote-early-and-often stunt - 2008-02-11

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F182.png Toronto writer fined $250 for vote-early-and-often stunt February 11, 2008, CBC News

A Toronto freelance journalist was found guilty Monday of violating the Canada Elections Act by voting — or at least obtaining ballots — at three polling places in the June 2004 federal election.

"If you have a favourite candidate who lost in this year's election, please pay special attention to the following," James DiFiore wrote in NOW Magazine, a Toronto alternative weekly.

"This is a step-by-step account of how our flawed system could have been exploited to commit fraud in the election."

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