In the third year of Political Science class, the students at Dalhousie get to make the most of the month’s Federal election. Those students are there to operate the voting office on campus for the election experience. With the help of the 2015 federal election, this idea is started. Students got the allowance to register and vote by a special ballot at the time when elections Canada launched a pilot. From the experimental study in the class, Professor Louise Carbet noticed the opportunities.
In the Canadian Third Year class of politics, that is why they are aware of politics a little bit. This is the way to learn about nuts and bolts about how the elections used to work. The point to work is just to learn about how the election administration used to work and to observe how the operations of elections can be complicated.
In Canada voting on campus is going with the speed and overall good and satisfactory function. The program is boosting up within hours and days as well. This seems very good for students because this makes more good and well opportunities for the students to vote on their campus. They don’t need them to run out anywhere.
Special training is going on for the ballot process. There in Canada in spite of paper list there is online id registration and checking after that they are served up with the blank ballot. So the students got special trading for the polling day.