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Both the barangay and SK ballots will prominently feature the name of the electoral exercise for which they will be used-the barangay elections and the Sangguniang Kabataan elections, respectively.
The Department will mail replacement ballots through Wednesday, November 2.
In order to implement the order, the ECC and IEC agreed auditing of presidential ballots would be carried out through a random sampling of 313 ballot boxes.
Can I include my spouse's ballot inside my return ballot envelope to save on postage?
Provisional ballots have proven to be a valuable safety net.
After the polls closed, these machine-printed ballots could be counted by hand, by optical scanner, or both.
Dantona predicted that the remaining provisional ballots would tend to favor him and said he expected support from late absentee ballots as well.
has called for a return to paper ballots and is urging voters statewide to cast paper absentee ballots for next week's general election to avoid the computerized machines in polling places.
The overall judgment revealed significant problems with the ballots but TRIFE refused to acknowledge any larger fraud effort, something that, at this point, seems patently clear.
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.
Factors being examined as likely causes for long lines and waits are inaccuracies in voter registration databases, not enough voting machines, poorly organized and inadequately staffed polling places, special needs arising from registration problems, and large numbers of provisional ballots being cast.