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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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If it doesn't we will make every effort to make sure everything else will be available in Welsh and there will be examples of the ballot paper, but we are going to make every effort to see if we can get the orders through in time.
Realising the faux pas, Yadav tore the ballot paper and sought a fresh one from the polling officer.
It's a new generation on the ballot paper and it is how we go forward for Britain and not how we refight the battles of the past.
A ROW erupted yesterday over the new style ballot papers to be used in next year's council elections.
Two independent councillors who quit the Conservatives have received ballot papers to vote for party candidates in next year's National Assembly elections.
A former Conservative councillor was jailed yesterday for four months for forging ballot papers in a local election.
The peach-coloured ballot paper is to vote for your regional MSPs, sometimes known as list MSPs.
Anyone who has moved recently and has not yet received a ballot paper can contact the council on Freephone number 0800 587072.
The patterns on the back of the GC ballot paper will be blue while the back of the District Council (second) functional constituency ballot paper will be mainly white in colour, which correspond to the blue ballot box for GCs and the white ballot box for the District Council (second) functional constituency.
Julie Porksen protested after a ballot paper with words written on it and bearing a mark for a rival candidate was judged to be legitimate.
This statement is kept separately from your ballot paper so your vote is always secret.
That has already led to some people on Tyneside posting just their General Election ballot paper back, meaning their vote in the locals could go un-counted.