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Electronic tracking of voters is a thorny topic in a tight federal election race

By Sara Bannerman, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Communication Policy and Governance, McMaster University
Elizabeth Dubois, Associate Professor, Communication, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
Jenny Zhan, Research Coordinator, McMaster University
Julia Kalinina, Research coordinator, McMaster University
Nicole Goodman, Associate professor, Political Science, Brock University
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During an election, political parties gather personal data about Canadian voters. This data collection isn’t regulated, and citizens should be concerned.

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