Inspectors of Election

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Inspectors of Election

In a publicly-traded company, a person or persons appointed to count ballots. They tabulate votes from shareholders who came to the annual meeting or other special meetings, as well as proxies, to determine that ballots were properly cast, and announce the results. Inspectors of election must not have a vested interest in the outcome, and they may not be overruled. See also: Inspector's or Judge's Certificate.
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3) Ward 5B election inspectors Bessie Lindsay, Gloria R.
Paulino Menor from Sharjah also sought the help of election inspectors as he could not find his brother's name on the list.
In May 2010, CenPEG documented a huge number of PCOS transmission failures due to connectivity problems whether accidental or deliberate, forcing Boards of Election Inspectors to bring the machines and CF cards to canvassing centres.
Most of the ballots were sent directly to the companies, and election inspectors were unable to agree on a course of action for counting the votes.
Program activities include training election inspectors using the interactive techniques of adult education.
The final results are subject to verification by the independent election inspectors, which is not expected to significantly change the preliminary results.
Gulf Times Ambassador Crescente Relacion told that counting usually takes time as a series of procedures should be followed by the Special Board of Election Inspectors.
The staff to be trained in Abu Dhabi, from April 7 to 9, will man the Special Board of Election Inspectors (SBEI) and the Special Board of Canvassers (SBOCS) for the first automated elections to be conducted in Abu Dhabi and Dubai together with the diplomatic posts in Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
When a PCOS machine broke down in Sandakan, voters filled up their ballots as members of the Board of Election Inspectors (BEI) waited for a technician to bring another PCOS machine to scan the ballots, recalled Goertzen.
Who have submitted mail ballots, as reported by the election inspectors.
Vidal said he was concerned over the slowness of the count, and noted some election inspectors defied a directive from the Commission on Elections to release the sixth copy of the election returns to NAMFREL at the precinct level.
The final results are subject to verification by the independent election inspectors.