Poll book


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a register of persons entitled to vote at an election.

See also: Poll

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The County's electronic poll book and the Hart election solution will be fully-integrated, helping to automate ballot style selection, reduce errors and speed up the voter line on Election Day.
An electronic poll book would in real time guard against any of that duplication.
I'm really excited about the electronic poll book, especially as we head into 2015 and plan for the 2016 presidential election.
The states require proof of residency and some form of identification, and some use an electronic poll book to ensure the person has not already registered and voted at another polling place.
Also is a North East poll book from the late 18th Century showing who voted for various Parliamentary candidates, and a book of compensation claims for damage suffered in a flood of 1771.
Also featuring is a North East poll book from the late 18th Century showing who voted for various Parliamentary candidates, and a book of compensation claims for damage suffered in a flood of 1771 in Northumberland in which local vicars verified submissions.
Thomas Roscoe's 'Wanderings in North Wales' sold for pounds 70 with an 1807 County of York Poll Book, the candidates including William Wilberforce, made pounds 95.
1 WHICH player did English ref Graham Poll book three times in the World Cup?
It is a worthy successor of those great Victorian parliamentary year books like McCalmont's Parliamentary Poll Book or Dod's Parliamentary Companion.
The latter figure owed much to the presence of large numbers of domestic servants, including 4,360 named in the Poll Book, among whom the ratio was 33 males:100 females (p.
A Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued for electronic poll book and software services (e-pollbook) via the Cook County website.
The New Partnership will Allow them to Deliver the EViD Electronic Poll Book Services to Virginia Localities