Paper cast vote record definition

Paper cast vote record means an auditable document that corresponds to the selection made on the voter’s ballot and lists the contests on the ballot and the voter’s selections for those contests. A paper cast vote record is not a ballot.

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Definition: Paper cast vote record that can be directly verified by a voter.Example: A paper record allows voters to verify their cast ballot.

Paper cast vote record is a paper record of all votes cast by a single voter that can be directly verified by the voter.

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Recorded Vote means a record, roll call vote.
Paper ballot means a paper that contains:
transferred vote means a vote derived from a ballot document on which a second or subsequent preference is recorded for the candidate to whom that ballot document has been transferred, and
Required Vote has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 2.2(b);
Eligible Voter means, for the purpose of voting in respect of Land matters under this Land Code, a Member who has attained eighteen (18) years of age on or before the day of the vote;
Scheme Record Time means the time and date specified as such in the Scheme Document, expected to be 6.00 p.m. on the Business Day immediately preceding the Effective Date or such other time as Codemasters and Take-Two may agree;
Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests Any of the Class LA, Class LB, Class LC, Class LD, Class LE and Class LHRR Uncertificated Interests.
Ballots means the ballots accompanying the Disclosure Statement upon which certain Holders of Impaired Claims entitled to vote shall, among other things, indicate their acceptance or rejection of the Plan in accordance with the Plan and the procedures governing the solicitation process, and which must be actually received by the Balloting Agent on or before the Voting Deadline.
Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interest Any of the Class A-L1 Interest, the Class A-L2 Interest, the Class A-LPO Interest, the Class A-LUR Interest, the Class B-L1 Interest, the Class B-L2 Interest, the Class B-L3 Interest, the Class B-L4 Interest, the Class B-L5 Interest and the Class B-L6 Interest.
e-voting means voting using either the internet, telephone or text message; “e-voting information” has the meaning set out in rule 24.2;
Related Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests For the following Classes of Certificates, Classes of Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests and Classes of Certificates, as applicable, set forth below: Related Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests Related Certificates Class LA Uncertificated Interest Class A Class LB Uncertificated Interest Class B Class LC Uncertificated Interest Class C Class LD Uncertificated Interest Class D Class LE Uncertificated Interest Class E Class LVRR Uncertificated Interest Class VRR
Related Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interest For the following Classes of Certificates and Classes of Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests, the related Class of Certificates or Class of Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interests, respectively, set forth below: Related Certificates Related Uncertificated Lower-Tier Interest Class A Certificates Class LA Uncertificated Interest Class B Certificates Class LB Uncertificated Interest Class C Certificates Class LC Uncertificated Interest Class D Certificates Class LD Uncertificated Interest Class E Certificates Class LE Uncertificated Interest Class HRR Certificates Class LHRR Uncertificated Interest
Company Voting Stock means any capital stock of the Company that is then entitled to vote for the election of directors.
Uncertificated Accrued Interest With respect to each REMIC Regular Interest on each Distribution Date, an amount equal to one month’s interest at the related Uncertificated Pass-Through Rate on the related Uncertificated Principal Balance or related Uncertificated Notional Amount of such REMIC Regular Interest. In each case, Uncertificated Accrued Interest will be reduced by any Prepayment Interest Shortfalls and Relief Act Interest Shortfalls (allocated to such REMIC Regular Interests as set forth in Section 1.02).
Registered voter means a person who is registered to vote pursuant to chapter 48A.
Case record or "record" means written or electronic information relating to one resident and the resident's family, if applicable. This information includes, but is not limited to, social, medical, psychiatric, and psychological records; reports; demographic information; agreements; all correspondence relating to care of the resident; service plans with periodic revisions; aftercare plans and discharge summary; and any other information related to the resident.
list of eligible voters means the list referred to in rule 22.1, containing the information in rule 22.2;
Income Account Record Date and "Capital Account Record Date" shall mean the dates set forth under "Essential Information--Record Dates" in the Prospectus.
Aggregate Voting Interests The aggregate of the Voting Interests of all the Certificates under this Agreement. Agreement: This Trust Agreement and all amendments and supplements hereto.
Company Voting Debt has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3(e).
Qualified voter means a person who:
Voting Record Date means the date for determining the eligibility of Members to vote at the Special Meeting.
Capital Account Record Date means the dates set forth under "Essential Information--Record Dates" in the Prospectus.
Subordinate Voting Shares means the subordinate voting shares in the capital of the Corporation;
Corporate Records means the corporate records of a corporation, including (i) its articles, by-laws or other constating documents, any unanimous shareholders agreement and any amendments thereto; (ii) all minutes of meetings and resolutions of shareholders, directors and any committee thereof; (iii) the share certificate books, register of shareholders, register of transfers and registers of directors and officers; and (iv) all accounting records;
Outstanding Voting Stock means outstanding voting securities of the Company entitled to vote generally in the election of directors; and any specified percentage or portion of the Outstanding Voting Stock (or of other voting stock) is determined based on the combined voting power of such securities;