How does voting for Hub Nuggets work?
My mom tried to vote for me, but she couldn't. I am home right now and my sister voted. Then my mom wanted to vote, but it told her she voted already.
Are votes based on location? If this is true, then can my neighbors vote?
OR Is it based on Internet connection? My neighbors and I share the same Wifi, so can they vote?
Votes are registered by IP Address.. and if they see the same action coming from the same IP Address?.. They will accept one vote and ignore any others from the same IP Address/internet circuit.. Which most households only have one associated to their property. UPDATE: As for your neighbors?,, your WiFi is likely to be tied to that same single circuit that is connected to your wireless router. It is unlikely they will be able to vote either.
A similar situation happened with me, so I believe it does go by IP address as CriticalMessage said
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