Voters on both coasts report robocall confusion - 2012-03-01

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F182.png Voters on both coasts report robocall confusion March 1, 2012, CBC News

While official investigations have centred on the riding of Guelph and a call centre in Thunder Bay, voters across Canada continue to come forward with their recollections of confusion over voting locations, caused by automated "robocall" telephone messages.

Elections Canada says it never informs voters of polling station changes by phone, so if someone received a call supposedly from Elections Canada about a polling station change during last spring's campaign, it was a fake.

Here are three more stories shared with CBC News this week.

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