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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 option was designed to permit the voters to indicate disapproval of the candidates included in a ballot paper.
IANS New Delhi Several opposition parties and ruling NDA constituent Shiv Sena on Monday pushed for reverting back to ballot paper in place of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and opposed simultaneous elections at a meeting convened by the Election Commission which also saw some parties pitching for state funding of elections.
'Not a single ballot paper [found from the school] is stamped in favour of the PTI, which has rigged and won the election,' said Memon, while speaking to The Express Tribune.
Tenders are invited for tender for supply and delivery of ballot paper templates that may be attached to the ballot papers used at presidential, dil, european and local elections.
To this effect, the ECP also has written letters to the presiding officers listing down the requirements that a ballot paper would have to be included in the counting process.
The process of transportation of ballot paper from Karachi was underway through C-130 planes, Pakistan International Airlines and trucks.
In a police report sighted by the Malay Mail, the voter identified as Omar Anuar Roslay claimed that as he was about to cast his vote, he noticed that the ballot paper given to him was already pre-marked for BN candidate Datuk Dr Dominic Lau.
Electors will have received their postal voting packs for the May 5 elections containing three ballot papers. The grey regional ballot paper contains a small error in the instructions on how to vote.
Electors have received packs for the May 5 elections with three ballot papers. The 'grey' Regional Ballot Paper states electors should vote only once by putting a cross in the box next to their choice.
STV is a simple, fair way of voting that allows voters to rank individual candidates on one ballot paper. Our current system is second best, and this problem isn't an easy one to solve.
* impersonate any person with the intention of voting in that other person's name; or fraudulently do an act that results in the destruction or defacement of any nomination or ballot paper; or
AWOULD-BE county councillor defeated by a single vote was denied the chance to draw straws for a place in office after returning officers threw out her complaints of a spoiled ballot paper.