A Working Edition of the Michigan Election Law and Guide to Voters and Election Officers

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M.S. Coffin, 1902 - 24 páginas
 

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Página 7 - State two years and six months, and declared his intention as aforesaid, and every civilized male inhabitant of Indian descent, a native of the United States and not a member of any tribe, shall be an elector and entitled to vote...
Página 9 - ... and any ballot or part of a ballot from which it is impossible to determine the elector's choice of candidates, shall not be counted as to the candidate or candidates affected thereby...
Página 3 - As each successive elector calls for a ballot, another one of the inspectors shall deliver to him the first signed of the fifty ballots, and as the supply of ballots in the hands of the inspector...
Página 13 - ... print or cause or permit to be printed any ballot in any other form than the one prescribed by this act, or with any other name...
Página 8 - The canvass shall commence by a comparison of conducted. the poll lists from the commencement, and a correction of any mistakes that may be found therein until they shall be found or made to agree.
Página 15 - Furnishes entertainment at his expense to any meeting of electors previous to or during an election; 2. Pays for, procures, or engages to pay for any such entertainment; 3. Furnishes or engages to pay or deliver any money or property for the purpose of procuring the attendance of voters at the polls, or for the purpose of compensating any person for procuring...
Página 3 - SEC. 26. When an elector shall not be challenged or shall have taken the necessary oath or affirmation he shall be permitted to vote. On entering the room the inspector having charge of the ballots shall deliver to him one of them, and the clerk shall enter his name upon the poll list...
Página 7 - You do solemnly swear (or affirm) that you are twenty-one years of age, that you are a citizen of the United States, that you have resided in this State six months, and in this township (ward or voting precinct, as the case may be) twenty days next preceding this election, and that you have not voted at this election; or 2.
Página 9 - In the canvass of the votes, any ballot which is not indorsed with the initials of the inspector as provided in this act, and any ballot which shall bear any distinguishing mark or mutilation shall be void, and shall not be counted...
Página 11 - ... same, or change the name of the candidate of such regular convention, except as herein provided, or by authority of such convention. Such vignette and heading shall remain as the heading for the column...

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