Watcher definition

Watcher means an eligible elector other than a candidate on the ballot who has been selected by a political party chairperson on behalf of the political party, by a party candidate at a primary election, by an unaffiliated candidate at a general, congressional vacancy, or nonpartisan election, or by a person designated by either the opponents or the proponents in the case of a ballot issue or ballot question. If selected by a political party chairperson, a party candidate, or an unaffiliated candidate, the watcher must be affiliated with that political party or unaffiliated as shown in the statewide voter registration system.

Examples of Watcher in a sentence

  • For our example, public methods changeState(), add(), delete(), notifyObservers(), setChanged(), and hasChanged() of class Subject and update() of the Watcher class may be invoked by the environment.

  • Customized Observer-Observable Implementation1 public class Buffer extends Vector {2 public void register( Watcher w) {3 if (! contains( w))4 super.

  • On May 9, 2016, the Company has cancelled 100 incorporation shares and issued 14,403,698 common shares to the Web Watcher Systems Ltd.

  • For our example and the mentioned property,Subject and Watcher should be in the unit.

  • The environment {setup { 1 Subject; 2 Watcher; } driver - assumptions {re{Change : ( change State ())* Register: ( add () | delete ())*}}} 1 public class EnvDriver {2 public static void main ( String [] p0 ){3 Subject s0 = new Subject ();4 Watcher w0 = new Watcher ();5 Watcher w1 = new Watcher ();6 new Change ( s0 , w0 , w1 ).


More Definitions of Watcher

Watcher means an individual who complies with the requirements described in Section 20A-3a-801 to become a watcher for an election.
Watcher means an individual who complies with the requirements described in
Watcher means an individual who complies with the requirements
Watcher means a registered elector of the municipality whose name has been submitted to the clerk and then certified by the clerk to the appropriate election judges to serve at the polling place with the right to remain inside the polling place from at least fifteen minutes prior to the opening of the polls until after the completion of the count of votes cast at the election and the certification of the count by the judges. Each watcher has the right to maintain a list of voters as the names are announced by the judges and to witness each step in the conduct of the election.
Watcher means an eligible elector other than a candidate
Watcher means a registered elector of the local government whose name is submitted to the designated election official and certified by the designated election official to the appropriate election judges pursuant to section 1-13.5-602.