There were one thousand five hundred Patricians; from these, three hundred Senators were chosen; from the Senators a Doge and a Council of Ten were selected, and by secret ballot
the Ten chose from their own number a Council of Three.
The election is being held through secret ballots
simultaneously at the parliament house and the four provincial assemblies.
He added: "Labour MPs are scurrying around texting each other about secret ballots
- so much for introducing a new culture of transparency and openness."
(151) The proposed constitutional amendment requiring secret ballots
does not just require secret ballot
elections for unions--it applies generally to all elections, including union elections.
Four out of five people surveyed support secret ballots
in union-organizing elections, according to a new conducted for the National Retail Federation by Worthington, Ohio-based BIGresearch.The nationwide survey of 8,667 U.S.
are good for democracies; they should be good for union elections as well.
The Employee Free Choice Act would replace secret ballots
with public voting and require unionization if a majority sign authorization cards.
When British MPs eventually elect a Speaker, they will cast secret ballots
, as do their Canadian counterparts, in a series of rounds with candidates eliminated until one candidate gains more than half of the votes.
Unions threaten a coordinated strike across a range of services if they get a "yes" vote from members in secret ballots
With 408 secret ballots
cast and 5 abstentions, 220 or 54% of the delegates rejected the resolution, while 183 or 46% voted in the affirmative.
Traditionally in America, every aspect of the electoral process, save for the marking of secret ballots
, has been totally open to public scrutiny.
It frightens me that we are encouraging people to give up their secret ballots
because the military mail service might be too slow.