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Synonyms for ballot

poll

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Synonyms for ballot

to select by vote for an office

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Synonyms for ballot

a document listing the alternatives that is used in voting

a choice that is made by counting the number of people in favor of each alternative

vote by ballot

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The spokesman said that candidates contesting for Municipal Committee would use white color ballot paper.
A Wales Office spokeswoman said: "A draft order containing the regional ballot paper will be laid before Parliament later in the autumn.
do an act that results in the unlawful destruction of, taking of, opening of, or interference with, ballot boxes or ballot papers.
In a letter sent to the former world record holder, the interior ministry has asked that Efstratiou pay half of the cost of reprinting the ballot papers, which comes to e1/420,000
But the necessary Welsh Forms Order, to ensure the ballot papers are bilingual, will not be laid until October 15, even though the first ones will be issued to postal voters on October 31.
Sangma's authorised representative Satya Pal Jain lodged a complaint with Returning Officer V K Agnihotri, and sought cancellation of the second ballot paper issued to Yadav, following which, Agnihotri took up the mater with the Election Commission.
It is incomprehensible that names were not included on the ballot paper in the first place, but this further lack of information adds insult to injury, and it this deprives postal voters of information which they should have in front of them when they make their decision.
WHAT Cllr Nelson omitted to state in his letter about the recent housing transfer ballot in Stockton (Ballot was fair, Gazette, August 12), is there is still an ongoing investigation being conducted into the wording on the ballot paper by the Electoral Commission.
11 YEARS LATER, BALLOT PAPER RETURNS TO ELECTION IN TELANGANA
A DISGRUNTLED man who removed a ballot paper from a polling station without voting was arrested.
Your jobs are on the ballot paper, your health service is on the ballot paper, your schools are on the ballot paper, prospects for your sons and daughters are on the ballot paper.
And now a unique original ballot paper from the 1933 German election bearing a cross against Adolf Hitler's name has been discovered.
But Professor Mitchell said: "No constituency was immune from the rejected ballot paper problem - it infected all of the Scottish constituencies.
The entire NRMA election process, including security, development of the ballot paper and online voting site, tabulation and customized results reporting, will be managed by election.
He said that the ECP did not print a single ballot paper from Urdu Bazar while some people were hire from Urdu Bazar for numbering and binding of ballot papers.