The City of Regina experienced major technical difficulties on election night.
There were problems with the web reporting software used by the Toronto firm the city used for the election.
Chief Returning Officer for the City of Regina Jim Nicol says they will be in talks to negotiate what services will be paid for.
City officials say no problems with the vote tabulating machines or the software used to report the results, but with the web reporting software.
Amber Ackerman, Election Coordinator says the firm is still looking into exactly what went wrong.
The municipal election saw a voter turnout this year of about 20-percent.
But the City of Regina says it could actually be higher or lower than 20-percent because there is no permanent voters list in the city, making it hard to nail down the actual numbers of eligible voters.