More than 20,000 people have already given their votes electronically in e-voting that started on Independence Day and continues until March 2 at 20:00.
The electronic votes are not necessarily the "final answer" - the voter can change the vote simply by re-voting, with the last recorded vote being the one of record.
Those who also vote in person at a polling precinct have their electronic votes cancelled and only the paper vote is counted.
There is no electronic voting on Election Day, March 6.
A total of 104,413 people voted online at the 2009 local elections. E-voting was first introduced in 2005 local elections, when fewer than 10,000 people used the new system.