count ballots

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BEN FLANAGAN Poll clerks count ballots at the Kensington Town Hall during Britain's election in London on Friday.
Turkey's High Electoral Board made a last-minute decision on Sunday to count ballots that had not been stamped by officials.
The Central Election Commission should focus on organization of elections, deliver and count ballots, organize voting and proper tabulation of votes, while the function of making voter lists always caused difficulties," Daniyar Narymbayev stated.
Charlie Baker clung to a narrow lead last night as clerks across the state continued to count ballots in one of the closest gubernatorial races in state history.
Polling station officials count ballots in Cairo on May 28, 2014 at the end of voting in the presidential election.
The violence comes as electoral authorities count ballots from last week's election.
Relatives of candidates insisted to count ballots, which is against the policy of Comelec," said Alma Laquian, of the Rosauro Almario Elementary School in Tondo.
In the long-term, only a bottom-up remaking of how we cast and count ballots can guarantee this nation anything resembling a true democracy.
The decision not to count overnight may have been motivated by good intentions, and at one stage it was unclear when other councils would count ballots.
TOTTING UP Afghan election workers count ballots at a mosque that was used as a polling station in Kabul.
Almost all counties in Oregon, including Lane, count ballots using the same type of optical scanners that also generate a paper trail for each vote.
Officials must direct voters to the correct potting place, help at potting places, be available to answer poll workers" questions about the many unusual situations that arise, count ballots, and report results to the media.