E-3.3 - Election Act

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370.10. The deputy returning officer, after counting the ballot papers for each electoral division, draws up a statement of votes for each electoral division and signs each of them. The poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so initial the statements.
The deputy returning officer places in separate envelopes, for each electoral division, the ballot papers marked for each candidate and the rejected ballot papers. The deputy returning officer then seals the envelopes and places them in another sealed envelope bearing the name of the electoral division concerned.
The deputy returning officer, the poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so initial the seals.
The envelope, the poll book and the list of electors are placed in a ballot box bearing the name of the electoral division.
2006, c. 17, s. 25; 2008, c. 22, s. 51.
370.10. The deputy returning officer, after counting the ballot papers for each electoral division, draws up a statement of votes for each electoral division and signs each of them. The poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so initial the statements.
The deputy returning officer places in separate envelopes, for each electoral division, the ballot papers marked for each candidate, the rejected ballot papers, the spoiled or cancelled ballot papers and the unused ballot papers. The deputy returning officer then seals the envelopes and places them in another sealed envelope bearing the name of the electoral division concerned.
The deputy returning officer, the poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so initial the seals.
The envelope, the poll book and the list of electors are placed in a ballot box bearing the name of the electoral division.
2006, c. 17, s. 25.