06 May '11, 8am

Polling Day: Answers to frequently asked questions #SGelections

Polling Day: Answers to frequently asked questions #SGelections

Yes. The serial numbers on ballot papers enable strict accounting of all ballot papers issued and cast. The number of papers found in the ballot box at the end of the elections can be matched to the number of papers issued during the poll. This prevents ballot boxes from being stuffed with false ballots. Theoretically, it is possible for anyone with access to the ballot papers to identify who cast a particular vote. The counterfoil has the voter's registration number on it and matching that to the ballot paper will help reveal a voter's identity. However, ballot papers can be examined only under strict conditions; safeguards are in place to make it difficult to find out how any particular voter voted.

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Polling Day: Answers to frequently asked questions

Polling Day: Answers to frequently asked questions

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