An ACT to Regulate Elections (Revision of 1898) Approved April 4th, 1898

An ACT to Regulate Elections (Revision of 1898) Approved April 4th, 1898

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...elector empowered by the aforesaid instrument to cast the ballot of said absent elector, and the said absent elector may then transmit the samle to the person to whom it is directed by mail or otherwise. 224. The aforesaid instrument shall be in the words Contents of 1nstrument. or of the effect following, namely: "I, A. B., a resident and elector of the ( ward of the city (or township), or as the case may be) of, in the county of, in the state of New Jersey, but absent from my election district in the military service of the state of New Jersey (or of the United States) and now at, in the state of, in company, of the regiment of, under the command of, do hereby authorize, empower and direct C. D., of the election district above mentioned, to cast for me the ballot herewith inclosed at the election, to be held in said election district, on the day of, anno domini eighteen hundred, in the manner provided by the laws of the state of New Jersey," Opening of 22 K. The elector to whom such letter shall be directed casting of rrjay open the outer envelope thereof, but he shall not open the inner envelope; on the day of such election, and between the opening and the closing of the polls thereof he shall deliver such inner envelope to the board of election of the proper election district, and at the polls thereof, and if the person whose name shall be signed to the affidavit on the outside of said envelope shall be determined by the said board of election to be a dulyqualified voter in such election district, said envelope shall be by the said board publicly opened, and the vote or ballot therein-contained shall be duly deposited in the ballot-box prepared to receive the ballots of voters, and the name of such absent elector shall be entered...show more

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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 163g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236621743
  • 9781236621740