D. All of the above
Since Argentineans are legally required to vote and can be fined for abstaining, 21% of voters nationwide (over 3 million people) expressed their frustration with the government by using the "vota bronca," Argentine slang for "the tell them off vote." About 50 people inserted white powder into the ballot envelopes, which had to be tested for anthrax. Many voted for Clemente, a popular Argentine cartoon character. "Vote for Clemente," slogans said on posters covering Buenos Aires prior to the elections, "He has no arms and legs so he can't steal. "