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Perhaps even more critical, a neighborhood canvass can reveal if a reported abduction never occurred at all.
The cab consists of steel frame work and a canvass cover, which goes over the frame and snaps on tight.
McIntosh's canvass is designed to aid his legislation, HR 3521, The Congressional Accountability for Regulatory Information Act of 2000.
By law, local authorities are required to carry out an annual canvass once a year to ensure the electoral registers are accurate and up to date.
Marcos argued that 13 days before the Election Day, Comelec issued a resolution ordering the Board of Canvassers not to transmit the Certificate of Canvass until all SD cards from the vote-counting machines would have been uploaded or imported into their Consolidation and Canvassing System.
Following the runoff election, the county has 10 days to canvass the results and the governor's office has 14.
If they come back today (Friday) and canvass again at the same time I will feel very, very upset.
The canvass, run by the borough council's elections office, is to be launched on August 13.
The district court had declared Stratton's ordinance constitutional, requiring the registration of all groups wishing to canvass or solicit its citizens.
No matter what our individual motivations to canvass are, in the midst of group activist fervor money will often become the focus, the political event that we generate and nourish.
Volunteers will canvass neighborhoods to turnout voters in support of labor-backed candidates in key races including the Lou Correa and Lynn Daucher race for State Senate, 34th District.