Watcher definition

Watcher means a voting poll watcher, a counting poll watcher, an inspecting
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 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

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  • On December 9, 2014, Web Watcher entered into an arrangement agreement (the “Arrangement Agreement”) with the Company.

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  • 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.

  • Web Watcher received shareholder approval for the Arrangement Agreement at an annual general and special meeting of shareholders held on January 29, 2015 and received final approval to the Arrangement Agreement from the Supreme Court of British Columbia on February 5, 2015.


More Definitions of Watcher

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.
Watcher means an eligible elector, in the State of Colorado, 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 or recall election, by an unaffiliated candidate at a general, congressional vacancy, nonpartisan, or recall election by a person designated by either the opponents/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 shall be affiliated with that political party or unaffiliated as shown on the registration books of the county clerk and recorder. A designated watcher need not be a resident of the county he or she is designated in as long as he or she is an eligible elector in the State of Colorado. See section 1-1-104(51), C.R.S.
Watcher means a person appointed to observe the conduct of an election on behalf of a candidate, a political party, or the proponents or opponents of a measure. [Sec. 33.001] For additional information, please also see our Poll Watcher’s Guide online.