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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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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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There will be two different kinds of ballots used in the 2018 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections-the barangay ballot and the SK ballot.
The Department of Elections provides various options to request a replacement ballot if the voter has lost or spoiled the ballot, or has not received the ballot in the mail as requested.
In line with agreed procedures, the IEC will retrieve and examine sample ballot boxes from the August 20 presidential polls and present its findings to the ECC upon completion.
Can I include my spouse's ballot inside my return ballot envelope to save on postage?
Unfortunately, provisional ballots can fall short of their promise when states adopt vague or restrictive rules or when poll workers are not adequately trained in provisional ballot administration.
In Phil Keisling's review of Aviel Rubin's Brave New Ballot ("Election Fraud, American Style," December 2006), Keisling accuses Rubin of feeding "a hyperactive (and bipartisan) obsession with the perfect election system .
We know that during the last absentee ballot counts, we've always gone ahead,'' he said.
Those flaws included technological ones, such as confusing ballot layouts and balky punchcard ballots (remember "butterfly ballots" and "hanging chads") that made many voters' intentions uncertain.
Lopez, the IFE reported the PREP count after ten thousand ballot boxes had been tallied; no incremental count had been provided during this initial phase.
Absentee ballot fraud, which is often done by people who have contact with the elderly, can be done through "assisting" the elderly or the visually impaired to mark a ballot--and then marking the ballot differently than directed.
In order to vote electronically, you must have your TAPPI member number and the unique ballot control number from the ballot you received either electronically or by mail.
In Helping America Vote: A Guide to Implementing the New Federal Provisional Ballot Requirement, the League presented the problems and questions likely to arise and suggested some states' "model practices," in the hope that states would be more prepared.
Turn-out up so far 6%; around 1,000 incomplete ballot papers returned.
Archbishop Hutchison was elected on the fourth ballot from a final slate of two candidates (including Bishop Ronald Ferris of Algoma), receiving 68 votes from clergy and 97 votes from the laity.
A mail ballot is under way to amend the AICPA bylaws in order to implement proposals to enhance the AICPA's ethics enforcement process.