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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As a registered voter, you may obtain an absentee ballot if you are age 60 or older; physically unable to attend the polls without the assistance of another; expecting to be absent from the community in which you are registered for the entire time the polls will be open on Election Day; in jail awaiting arraignment or trial; unable to attend the polls due to religious reasons or will be working as an election inspector in a precinct outside of your precinct of residence.
The glitch, according to the Comelec, may have been caused by a Board of Election inspector whose signature exceeded the assigned space.
NYSE: ACY) said it has announced the final election results received from American Election Services, LLC, the independent tabulator and election inspector engaged for the company's 2015 annual stockholder meeting.
2) Sylvia Berthiaume, left, an election inspector, chats with deputy inspector Jerry Martin at the polling location at Town Hall in Spencer yesterday.
She was also an Election Inspector in East Brookfield for many years.
Election inspector Trudell Whitfield said precinct workers across the city also made a point of telling voters to be chad conscious.
She served as a election inspector for the City of Worcester voting polls.
But the calm and quiet proceedings were cut short after a disgruntled voter engaged an election inspector in an argument, prompting Vice-Consul Edwin Mendoza to intervene.
In Worcester, each election inspector posted at the 50 precincts receives a $90 stipend.
RA 6646 provides that public school teachers will comprise the Board of Election Inspector (BEI) in every national or local election.
All vote tallies are preliminary until certified by an independent election inspector.
All of the vote tallies are preliminary until certified by an independent election inspector.