How Elections 2018 Are Held in Russia: Cheating, Babushkas Squad, Cheap Treats and More Bizarre Facts (PHOTOS)

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Vladimir Putin is to continue ruling Russia for the next six years as he reportedly won the presidential election. 76.6% people, who participated in the election, voted for Putin. 

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See how Russians are being encouraged to go to the elections

Putin Team has shown creativity in order to boost attendance of the 2018 elections: music, cheap treats, games with iPhone as a prize, dancing weirdos, social media ads and many more.

When you go to vote in Barnaul

Cheap treats and babushkas singing

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Free ice-cream and food poisoning

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New episode of ‘It”

Big sad parrot

Omsk offers iPhone for the best costume

Engaging in social media activities

Cheating at the elections

CCTV footage has shown that some of the votes were put in the ballot box by an election official, which is forbidden by law.

In other cases, we can see people blocking the entrance, while a man put the votes in the ballot box.

See the video here.

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How Elections 2018 Are Held in Russia: Free Ice-Cream, Babushkas Squad and More Bizarre Facts (PHOTOS)
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How Elections 2018 Are Held in Russia: Free Ice-Cream, Babushkas Squad and More Bizarre Facts (PHOTOS)
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Vladimir Putin is to continue ruling Russia for the next six years as he reportedly won the presidential election. 76.6% people, who participated in the election, voted for Putin. 
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