how the app that the government launched to track the data load works

September 12, 2021 by archyde

how the app that the government launched to track the data load works

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STEP Elections (José Gabriel Hernández)

The national government launched this Saturday a new application for mobile devices “Argentine Elections 2021”, From which you can follow the vote count of the primary, open, simultaneous and mandatory elections (STEP) that take place this Sunday.

// See also: Where to vote: the electoral roll for the 2021 Elections

How to download the Government app to follow the data load?

The application is available in the App Store and Google Play, it was officially reported.

  • To download the app on devices Android: click here.
  • To download the app on devices iOS: click here.

Through the app “Argentine Elections 2021”, it is possible to follow the vote count of the PASO elections, at the close of the elections, in any of the 24 districts of the country and federally.

In this way, by entering the app -which can be downloaded in the Android and iPhone device stores- citizens will be able to view all the data of the provisional vote count, by province and by electoral category.

For the first time it will be possible to access the results by table, and see the more than 100,000 telegrams that will be counted during the night of the election.

The official results will also be published through the site and the application Elecciones Argentina 2021.

how the app that the government launched to track the data load works

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Elections STEP 2021 (Archive).

How do I know where I vote?

To find out where to vote in the 2021 Elections you have to consult the definitive registry of the National Electoral Chamber. You have to follow these simple steps:

  • First you have to enter the DNI number.
  • Then indicate the gender.
  • Third, the district.
  • And finally, the code that the page offers.

Following these steps, the system will show the establishment, address and details of the table number and order where to vote in the 2021 Elections.

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