polling booth


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polling booth

a semienclosed space in which a voter stands to mark a ballot paper during an election
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HYDERABAD -- The Hyderabad District Bar Association (HDBA) annual election held on Saturday night was marred by ransacking of the courtroom where one of the four polling booths was set up.
But following the casting of 17 votes the MPAs complained to the polling agents that on the top of the polling booth a camera has been installed to monitor the polling process which is a very unreasonable act.
And for the mobile polling booth, a team from ECB will go to eligible postal voters comprising prisoners, long-term patients and people living with disabilities at institutions and associations.
A colourful, makeshift polling booth will appear in Wellington Road today to give residents the chance to decide on a name for a patch of land at the heart of a new art project.
She persuaded the hospital staff to bring her in the wheelchair to the polling booth to cast her vote and told us she never missed an opportunity for voting in any Election.
They were driven to the polling booth in a car provided by a Labour agent.
As part of an HIV-prevalence study conducted in Cotonou in 2008 among men aged 15-64 and women aged 15-49, researchers conducted face-to-face interviews with a random sample of 2,580 respondents and polling booth surveys with an independent random sample of 1,095 individuals from the same population.
mirrors were fastened to the wall of the polling booth, which breaks the secrecy of the voters' ballot.
SNAPSHOTS: Rhodri with Gordon Brown, with Ryan Jones at the Millennium Stadium, on his balcony in Cardiff Bay, with Ieuan Wyn Jones and below at the polling booth
The Maoist rebels attacked at least 12 locations over the course of yesterday, including a polling booth in Rohtas district in Bihar.
Relationships between votes for political parties for the House of Representatives and the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of populations living in polling booth catchments across all the electorates in Australia are modelled to identify key demographic and socio-political dimensions underlying voter support for political parties.
As dawn broke in the capital Bissau, men carrying torches and wearing fluorescent jackets with the word "staff" set up a polling booth under an acacia tree on the potholed sidewalk.