E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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222. The elector shall enter the polling booth and mark the ballot paper in the circle placed opposite the indications pertaining to the candidate for whom the elector intends to vote, using the pencil given to him by the deputy returning officer. For the purposes of this paragraph, a co-candidate and the candidate with whom the co-candidate is associated shall be counted as one candidate for the office of councillor.
The elector shall then fold the ballot paper he has marked.
1987, c. 57, s. 222; 1990, c. 20, s. 10; 1999, c. 25, s. 21.
Please refer to the Regulation amending certain municipal provisions to facilitate the conduct of the municipal general election of November 7, 2021, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, (2021) 153 G.O. 2, 1307B.
222. The elector shall enter the polling booth and mark the ballot paper in the circle placed opposite the indications pertaining to the candidate for whom the elector intends to vote, using the pencil given to him by the deputy returning officer. For the purposes of this paragraph, a co-candidate and the candidate with whom the co-candidate is associated shall be counted as one candidate for the office of councillor.
The elector shall then fold the ballot paper he has marked.
1987, c. 57, s. 222; 1990, c. 20, s. 10; 1999, c. 25, s. 21.
222. The elector shall enter the polling booth and mark the ballot paper at once by making a cross, an “X”, a check mark or a line in the circle placed opposite the indications pertaining to the candidate for whom he intends to vote, using a pen, a ball-point pen or a pencil. For the purposes of this paragraph, a co-candidate and the candidate with whom he is associated shall be counted as one candidate for the office of councillor.
The elector shall then fold the ballot paper he has marked.
1987, c. 57, s. 222; 1990, c. 20, s. 10.
222. The elector shall enter the polling booth and mark the ballot paper at once by making a cross, an “X”, a check mark or a line in the circle placed opposite the indications pertaining to the candidate for whom he intends to vote, using a pen, a ball-point pen or a pencil.
The elector shall then fold the ballot paper he has marked.
1987, c. 57, s. 222.