Users that log into …/elections from devices with differently-sized screens get vastly different levels of information regarding the procedures and rules.
For users who use the full site view, either from a regular computer or by disabling responsiveness, get this:
The instructions include details on voting rules, service provider, counting modalities and a link to get the detailed results after the elections.
Users with mobile-sized screens on the responsive view (not the deprecated mobile-web view) see a very rudimentary version, absent of the entire blue dialogue and all instructions. All they get is the meta-information from above the horizontal rule on the full version:
There’s a promising “learn more” link, but that just gives a pop-up window which is also sorely lacking:
While it’s understandable that a pared-down view of the site on small devices is practical in daily use, I believe that for elections, users should be given equal information and equal access to resources. Access to the full information should not depend upon a user experimentally disabling responsiveness.
Pictures are screenshots from an iPhone 8 / iOS 14.8. First with responsiveness disabled, the latter two with responsiveness enabled.