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polling station

a building, such as a school, designated as the place to which voters go during an election to cast their votes
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Ballots were invalidated, people cast duplicate votes or voted for the wrong candidate by error, and some people with disabilities could not get into their polling places or use the machines.
Because of a 1996 state law cutting Cleveland precincts by a quarter, their polling places had been changed.
Certain critics of the vote-by-mail format lament the loss of the camaraderie of the polling place and emphasize the importance of such a socializing experience for their children.
The court said De Lima 'can vote in a specially designated polling place inside jails or escorted to vote elsewhere if the registration record is not transferred, deactivated cancelled or deleted.'
"We're keen to hear from electors, elected members and political parties in the Renfrewshire Council area and within any of the Renfrewshire parliamentary constituencies, sharing your views on our current districts and on how to ensure our polling places are accessible for all voters.
You should receive notification in the mail stating your polling place. Review this notification.
The case started in 2010, when Minnesota voter Andy Cilek arrived to his Hennepin County polling place wearing a Tea Party T-shirt that read "Don't Tread on Me" as well as a "Please I.D.
The sitting president, and valued surrogate for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, has been calling on citizens to vote early at polling places already operating in the final weeks of the presidential campaign.
Under the new system, the ballots of individuals with disabilities are fed through the same tabulators that count the ballots that are manually completed by other voters at the polling place.
A five-hour wait at the polling place sounds like something that would happen in a place with little experience in conducting elections - or perhaps little interest in conducting them fairly.
The audit, which was requested by the city Office of Human Rights, looked at general site access, parking availability and conditions, doorways at entrances to each polling place and accessibility within each polling location.
On Election Day 2010, a Pennsylvania polling place required at least a few voters to put their hands on a Bible and swear to their identity.