E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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180. An elector who votes in a mobile polling station and declares that he is unable to mark his ballot paper himself may be assisted by the deputy returning officer and the poll clerk.
The elector may also be assisted
(1)  by the elector’s spouse or relative within the meaning of section 131; or
(2)  by another person, in the presence of the deputy returning officer and the poll clerk.
The person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the second paragraph shall attest under oath to not having assisted another elector who is not that person’s spouse or relative within the meaning of section 131, during the advance poll.
1987, c. 57, s. 180; 2002, c. 37, s. 158; 2005, c. 28, s. 81; 2009, c. 11, s. 24.
180. An elector who votes in a mobile polling station and declares under oath that he is unable to mark his ballot paper himself may be assisted by the deputy returning officer and the poll clerk.
The elector may also be assisted
(1)  by the elector’s spouse or relative within the meaning of section 131; or
(2)  by another person, in the presence of the deputy returning officer and the poll clerk.
The person referred to in subparagraph 2 of the second paragraph shall attest under oath to not having assisted another elector who is not that person’s spouse or relative within the meaning of section 131, during the advance poll.
1987, c. 57, s. 180; 2002, c. 37, s. 158; 2005, c. 28, s. 81.
180. An elector who votes in a mobile polling station and declares under oath that he is unable to mark his ballot paper himself may be assisted by the deputy returning officer and the poll clerk.
1987, c. 57, s. 180; 2002, c. 37, s. 158.
180. On an elector’s presenting himself to vote in an advance polling station, the poll clerk shall enter his name and address in the poll book, as they appear on the list of electors.
1987, c. 57, s. 180.