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SPOILED BALLOTS
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Definitions

  1. A spoiled ballot is a vote. (Web site)
  2. A spoiled ballot is a protest vote. (Web site)
  3. A spoiled ballot is a ballot that was not read properly by the voting machine. (Web site)
  4. A spoiled ballot is one that a voter returns to an election judge because of an error made by the voter.

Spoiled Ballots

  1. Do not seal the spoiled ballot in the envelope. (Web site)
  2. They can exchange their spoiled ballot for a clean replacement on the spot. (Web site)
  3. Search Results Douglas W. Jones on Counting Ballots A spoiled ballot is a ballot that must not be counted.
  4. If you make a mistake, see the poll worker on duty at the polls, give them your spoiled ballot and ask for a new one.

Voter

  1. Upon return of the spoiled ballot to the Election Board, another ballot shall be issued to the voter. (Web site)
  2. Take a closer look at the spoiled ballot rates by ballot type for select Florida counties.
  3. Spoiled Ballot A ballot that is marked in such a way that it does not appropriately reflect the wishes of the voter.
  4. Similarly, as the percentage of white citizens in a county increases, the spoiled ballot rate correspondingly decreases.

Election

  1. The election officials shall write on the proper blank line on the stub of the spoiled ballot the word "Spoiled". (Web site)
  2. Others said that they agreed with the spoiled ballot being a protest of a flawed process and they would do that on Election Day. (Web site)
  3. For example, at least 12 states have no rules governing the handling of a spoiled ballot when it is returned by the voter to the precinct election official.
  4. A. Yes. Voters who make mistakes while marking their ballots may take the spoiled ballot to an election official and exchange it for a new ballot.
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