Allegheny Health Network, the state’s only public utility, has announced plans to stream its election results online.
The network said it plans to begin streaming its Pennsylvania elections results on November 8, and it will also be available on a mobile device app and through the internet.
The Allegheny County Board of Elections will be using the AlleghenyHealthNetwork’s platform, which it announced in December, to provide voting results for voters, and election officials will be able to view and update voting results through the app.
The app will be available from November 7, 2018, and will allow users to access election results in a wide variety of formats, including PDF, audio, video and live.
The state’s Election Commission has also confirmed the availability of the Alleghenys network and election results.
The company said in a statement that the election results will be publicly available for viewing at all times.
In September, Pennsylvania became the first state in the US to launch an online voting platform.
The announcement was made by the Pennsylvania Election Commission after a long-awaited study into the viability of the technology.
It is not known how many people will be eligible to vote online using AlleghenyhealthNetwork’s system.
However, the election commission said that it will make sure that every eligible voter will have an online presence.
The commission said it is also looking to expand the availability and distribution of its election data to other states and territories, which will ensure that the information is shared across the country.