Election Laws of the State of Wisconsin; With Extracts from the Constitution, Together with Forms and Instructions for the Use of Clerks, Inspectors ...

Election Laws of the State of Wisconsin; With Extracts from the Constitution, Together with Forms and Instructions for the Use of Clerks, Inspectors ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 edition. Excerpt: ...manner, and after notice from the Chairman shall persist therein, the Chairman may order him to withdraw from the meeting, and, on his refusal may order any constable or other persons to take him into custody until the meeting shall be adjourned. Power of In-Sec. 31. In addition to the provisions of the precedChairman to mg section, the Inspectors or Chairman shall have the preserve order, same authority to preserve order, to enforce obedience, and to commit for disorderly conduct as is possessed by the Board of Inspectors at a general election. Motions to be Sec. 32. All questions upon motions made at a town determined by majority vot-meeting shall be determined by a majority of the elec ing. tors voting. Canvass of Votes. Canvass when Sec. 33. At the close of every election, the votes and how made. gjven Dy ballot shall be publicly canvassed by the Inspectors, at the place where the meeting was held, which canvass, when commenced, shall be continued without adjournment or intermission until the same shall be 'completed. Proceedings to Sec. 34. Before the ballots are opened they shall be determine cor rect number of counted and compared with the number of names of voters on the poll list, and if two or more ballots shall be found folded together, and the Inspectors shall be satisfied from their appearance, and from a comparison of the number of votes given with the number of names on the poll list, that the ballots so folded together were given by the same person, they shall be rejected; and B-S--1649. if the ballots shall be found to exceed in number the whole number of names on such poll list, they shall be placed in the box from which they were taken, and one of the Inspectors shall publicly draw out and destroy, unopened, as many...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236833201
  • 9781236833204