Voting twice in Russia

17 people were photographed by Reuters apparently casting ballots at more than one polling station Sunday during Russia’s presidential election in the town of Ust-Djeguta, southern Russia.

Many appeared to be state employees, and some showed up in groups and in mini buses bearing the names of state-provided services.

Here are a few.

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<p>A combination picture shows voter Ludmila Sklyarevskaya, who denied voting multiple times, casting a ballot at a polling station number 215 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows voter Ludmila Sklyarevskaya, who denied voting multiple times, casting a ballot at a polling station number 215 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter, casting a ballot at a polling station number 216 (L) and walking with a ballot at a polling station number 217, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter to explain why she was voting multiple times, ignored the question and walked away. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter, casting a ballot at a polling station number 216 (L) and walking with a ballot at a polling station number 217, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter to explain why she was voting multiple times, ignored the question and walked away. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter casting a ballot at a polling station number 216 (L) and approaching a box before casting a ballot at a polling station number 217, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting for a second time, ignored the question and walked away. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter casting a ballot at a polling station number 216 (L) and approaching a box before casting a ballot at a polling station number 217, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting for a second time, ignored the question and walked away. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter, holding a ballot before casting it at a polling station number 216 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 215, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter was asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting for a second time and answered “No, this is the first time I voted”. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter, holding a ballot before casting it at a polling station number 216 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 215, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter was asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting for a second time and answered “No, this is the first time I voted”. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter casting a ballot at a polling station number 217 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter declined to comment to Reuters reporter when asked why he was voting a second time, and left the building quickly. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter casting a ballot at a polling station number 217 (L) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter declined to comment to Reuters reporter when asked why he was voting a second time, and left the building quickly. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter, visiting a polling station number 217 (L) and walking before entering a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting a second time, said he had voted only once, and then he left the polling station. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting twice in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter, visiting a polling station number 217 (L) and walking before entering a polling station number 216, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter, asked by a Reuters reporter why he was voting a second time, said he had voted only once, and then he left the polling station. (Reuters staff)

<p>A combination picture shows a voter, casting a ballot at polling station number 216 (L), walking before casting a ballot at a polling station 217 (C) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 215, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter denied voting multiple times to a Reuters reporter and said it was a case of mistaken identity because seven people at her work have the same coat. (Reuters staff) </p>
Voting three times in Russia

A combination picture shows a voter, casting a ballot at polling station number 216 (L), walking before casting a ballot at a polling station 217 (C) and casting a ballot at a polling station number 215, during the presidential election in Ust-Djeguta, Russia March 18, 2018. The voter denied voting multiple times to a Reuters reporter and said it was a case of mistaken identity because seven people at her work have the same coat. (Reuters staff)

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