Ballot harvesting definition

Ballot harvesting means the collection of two (2) or more completed mail ballots by one (1) or more person(s) or entity for the purpose of submitting said mail ballots to the Board for counting in a Board conducted mail ballot election.

Examples of Ballot harvesting in a sentence

  • Ballot harvesting gives third parties who may be completely unknown to both the voter and election officials the opportunity to potentially tamper with absentee ballots” in any one of a number of ways.

  • For the sake of this study, the simple past (historical past) in French is not considered as a potential factor that can trigger transfer because as Rowlett (2007: 26) argues that changes in the spoken language in French have taken place in the use of the passé composé’ in which the perfect is used instead of the past historic when talking about past completed event.

  • Ballot harvesting can have a substantial negative impact on elections.

  • Ballot harvesting gives third parties who may be completely unknown to both the voter and election officials the opportunity to potentially tamper with absentee ballots” in a number of ways.

  • Ballot harvesting has been used in other states where voting irregularities were investigated.

  • Ballot Harvesting Ballot harvesting is when individuals or groups collect ballots from voters and (hopefully) turn them into the Clerk’s office for voters without altering the ballots.

  • Ballot harvesting is a growing concern that your recently proposed rules 7.2.5 and 7.2.6 attempt to curb by requiring documentation of third party deliveries of ballots.However, the November 2014 elections need protection in an urgent manner.

  • Ballot harvesting breaks the chain of custody between voters and government officials with the possibility that votes will be unduly influenced, tampered with, or destroyed.

  • Ballot harvesting as defined in § 1.2(A)(5) of this Part is strictly prohibited; and if discovered or learned will result in the disqualification of all harvested ballots.

  • The examiner should conduct a thorough structured or semi-structured pre-test interview, including a detailed review of the examinee's background and personal information, any applicable case facts and background, a detailed review of each issue of concern, and an opportunity for the examinee to provide his/her version of all issues under investigation.

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