ballot paper


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ballot paper

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a paper used for voting in a ballot, esp (in a parliamentary or local government election) one having the names of the candidates printed on it
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ballot paper

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The polling officer should call the name of the voter and cut the name from the list so that he/she could go to the presiding officer after thumb impression on the voter list for getting the ballot paper.
6, the polling process was ongoing when an independent candidate for General Councillor seat Muhammad Iqbal pointed out that his election symbol 'Dressing Table' was not printed on the ballot paper.
Experience has shown that when candidate names were included (prior to 2011) that many voters placed multiple crosses on the ballot paper, attempted to vote for individual candidates and undoubtedly led to some votes not being deemed valid and counted.
Experience has shown that when candidate names were included (prior to 2011) that many voters placed multiple cross on the ballot paper, attempted to vote for individual candidates and undoubtedly led to some votes not being deemed valid and counted.
VOTERS should scribble a rude word on their ballot paper if there is no candidate who represents their views, the Green Party's leader suggested.
If the list of candidates goes beyond 64, the Commission will have to use ballot paper," CEC V.
impersonate any person with the intention of securing a ballot paper to which the impersonator is not entitled; or
Presidential candidate Andreas Efstratiou will have to pay e1/420,000 to the state election services after more than half a million ballot paper were destroyed in the run up to last years presidential election when he used the Guinness World Record logo without the company's consent.
It further told that after receiving the ballot paper the voter was required to proceed to the place reserved for marking the ballot paper with a cross-mark against the name of a candidate and then drop it in a box without delay.
A WOULD-BE county councillor was denied the chance of a place in office after returning officers threw out her complaints of a spoiled ballot paper.
Speaking at the Conservative conference, Mrs May said: "We are hoping we are going to be able to get the orders through - obviously time is very tight - but we are hoping we are going to be able to get the orders through in time for the ballot paper to be printed up in Welsh.
The issue of second ballot paper to Mulayam Singh Yadav was not warranted under rule 15 of the Presidential and Vice- Presidential Elections Rules, 1974.