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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 chief returning officer said on Wednesday that following the ruling of the attorney-general the ballot papers would not be altered.
The court ordered a scrutiny of ballot papers in 11 polling stations and KIEMS kits and ballot papers found in the forest.
The Presiding Officer shall thereafter proceed, without delay and in company of the polling agents, to deliver the ballot papers, ballot paper account, and certificate of voting results, to the Returning Officer at his prescribed office.
The main objective of this development was to permanently solve the election rigging and complaints related to fake ballot papers.
Kathmandu [Nepal], October 26 ( ANI ): With one month remaining for Nepal to go for provincial and parliamentary polls, the Supreme Court has directed the Election Commission to make two separate ballot papers for the concerned elections.
According to an official of Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the PCPP Lahore has been ordered for printing 3,35,700 ballot papers besides printing of 11,000 Form XIV Statement of Account.
is very sensitive to any variances on ballot papers, and can be more prone to
If a staff member of a polling station is satisfied with the identity of an elector on production of any other document, the staff member can issue a ballot paper to the elector under the law.
As many as 86 people in Kirklees put a cross in the boxes for both the leave and remain options with a further 95 people leaving their ballot papers unmarked.
Electors will have received their postal voting packs for the May 5 elections containing three ballot papers.
Electors have received packs for the May 5 elections with three ballot papers.
Not putting candidate names on the regional ballot papers, as was the case in 2011, weakens the link between the electors and the elected, makes our democracy more distant and faceless, and decreases transparency.