And what if the place you live in has a lot of trees?
I live in a country where there are virtally no aerial powerlines 10 kV (I would hazard a quess that there are less then 10 km of aerial lines in the whole country). Power outages are very rare. If it happens to you once a year than it is a lot.
So having all choices be "wrong" justifies calling people out for trying at all?
I wouldn't get my hopes up.
As a comparison: Cologne - Frankfurt Airport is about the same distance as Lorraine TGV - Champagne-Ardenne TGV. But the first takes 49 minutes, the latter 36. That's 205 km/h or 278 km/h average (and I believe both are the fastest operating services of both networks).
I think even Milano - Bologna has a higher average speed than the ICE.
I mean, how'd you feel if Russia took over Mexico?
About the same as if the US would invade Mexico. Or Iraq. Or Vietnam. Or Korea. Or take your pick from any number of countries on this world. There's just one word different in Yankee go home or Ruski go home.
It's just "Stanford prison experiment"-syndrome.
Observed anomalies: voters having voted for a party and the party having 0 votes in the results. Or a counter leaving the room with ballots and returning again (with the ballots). No possibility to check what happened with those ballots during her absence.
From previous counts I have reports of tallies being added "to the wrong column" which resulted in votes for candidate #1 going to #2, votes for #2 going to #3, etc.
It bugs me that there are apparently one-count-only errors. If you count again, you would have caught those errors.
I'm sure there are not a whole lot of countries that would go that far. Maybe countries like North Korea, Cuba and yes, the USA.