MORE Questions for CWhitmire@... of South Carolina election commission

MORE Questions for CWhitmire@... of South Carolina election commission
  Ballot? WHAT BALLOT? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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  For the French automobile manufacturer, see Ballot (automobile).
  For the town in France, see Ballots, Mayenne.
                   
      A ballot is a device (originally a small ball - see blackball) used to record choices made by voters. Each voter uses one ballot, and ballots are not shared. In the simplest elections, a ballot may be a simple scrap of paper on which each voter writes in the name of a candidate, but governmental elections use pre-printed to protect the secrecy of the votes. The voter casts their ballot in a box at a polling station.
  From Code of Laws of South Carolina:
  SECTION 7-13-320. Ballot standards and specifications. [SC ST SEC 7-13-320]

General election ballots shall conform to the following standards and specifications:

(A) The ballot shall be printed on paper of such thickness that the printing cannot be distinguished from the back and shall be of such size and color as directed by the State Election Commission. If more than one ballot is to be used in any election, each such ballot shall be printed upon different colored paper;