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ballot paper

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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The voter after completing the process should put the ballot paper in the ballot box.
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.
Pressing Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb to make a decision, he said: "Reinstating candidate names on regional ballot papers is something that's supported by many organisations.
The trial is to determine whether the extra ballot papers discovered during a police operation on May 11, 2013 at the aMultiprinta printing house had been fit for use in the early elections and could have resulted in election fraud.
If the list of candidates goes beyond 64, the Commission will have to use ballot paper," CEC V.
fraudulently put any ballot paper or other paper into the ballot box; or
In a letter sent to the former world record holder, the interior ministry has asked that Efstratiou pay half of the cost of reprinting the ballot papers, which comes to e1/420,000
They further said that helicopters would be used for transportation of ballot papers to sensitive districts.
According to ECP, the printing has been completed and the dispatching of these ballot papers would be finalized on Sunday adding that dispatch of ballot papers for presidential elections has been completed in provinces of Sindh and Balochistan.
The Northern Ireland Electoral Register currently seeks tenders for Printing of Ballot Papers and Associated Documents.
The error affected ballot papers sent out by Northumberland County Council to people in Cramlington who are voting by post in next week's council elections.
As soon as we received our ballot papers we applied by telephone for a form to vote by post.