Provisional Ballot

Provisional Ballot

Definition

A ballot that is marked but not cast or counted at the time it is completed, typically because the voter lacked appropriate proof of his or her eligibility to vote. A provisional ballot can be subsequently corrected and cast if the missing information is timely provided.

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