ballot paper


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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 choice for voter to elect any candidate is provided in the ballot paper while the law does not provide for NOTA option.
KARACHI -- A student of the Government Secondary School Gizri found more than a hundred stamped ballot papers from his desk on the first day of school after the summer vacations.
Tender notice number : F.05/13 - Ballot Paper Templates
The watchdog, in its instructions, said that a ballot paper will be termed invalid if it misses the official code mark or assistant presiding officer's signature, the ECP's watermark and the official nine-matrix seal and it has stamps osn more than one candidate's election symbols and it appears equally in more than one candidates' boxes.
Sensitive logistic exercise involves ballot papers while non-sensitive includes deployment of official staff, formation of District Monitoring Teams (DMT), bags, pens, indelible ink and stamps in bulk," Altaf informed.
Omar in his report said that when he requested for a change of ballot paper he claimed to have noticed that the entire ballot paper book contained similar marks.
The revised ballot paper is a tan colour and replaces the grey paper.
AN ERROR means postal voters in Ceredigion should wait for new ballot papers for the Assembly regional election.
When confronted with this problem other European countries have taken individual candidate names off the regional ballot paper and have instead displayed them prominently in polling stations.
* fraudulently put any ballot paper or other paper into the ballot box; or
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.