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It's free. A Canadian does not have to pay for voting in any type of election.

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poll tax during the reconstruction era

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What a voter cast when he or she can't appear in person at the polls?

absentee ballot

What is the reason for voter registration?

To be eligible to cast their ballot, usually by being enrolled on the list of electors.

Which term applies to the percentage of eligible people who vote?

The term that applies is voter turnout. It measures the proportion of eligible voters who cast a ballot in an election.

Should i vote to leave?

Leaving a political part does not require the voter to cast a ballot. You simply change your party affiliation with the county recorder's office where you live.

What is meant by an absentee ballot?

An absentee ballot is the printed ballot marked by an absent voter and sealed in a special envelope. Its purpose is to allow those who are unable to get to the polling place on election day to vote.

When voting does an incomplete ballot count?

"You are not required to cast a vote in all offices. If you skip an office, an under-vote will be registered for that office; however, an under-vote cannot be traced to any individual voter. Over-voting or under-voting an office does not affect the rest of your ballot."

All voters from any party are allowed to participate in?

All voters from any party are allowed to participate in an open primary. In an open primary, a voter may cast votes on a ballot of any party.

What is to cast ballots mean?

Just means to cast your vote. (with a ballot)

How many minutes does an voter has to cast the vote?

A voter is expected to go into the polling station, register and receive voting paper(s). The voter is then expected to go to an unoccupied voting booth, mark the vote and return to place the vote into the ballot box, and then leave the polling station. There are no set minutes, but a voter is not expected to dally and talk to others, or to cause a fuss. Simply vote and get out - chat outside the polling station if you must, but not inside.

If you are a registered voter but do not vote who has your vote?

No one has your vote. Every registered voter is entitled to a single vote; if you choose not to cast your vote or are unable to do so, then your vote simply goes unused. All unused ballot papers are counted and tallied under the supervision of the returning officers as non-issued ballot papers, in order to prevent the possibility of them being used electoral fraud, and are incinerated after being available for inspection for one calendar year.

The phenomenon in which fewer votes are cast for offices farther down the ballot is called?

When fewer votes are cast farther down a ballot it is known as ballot fatigue. This happens mainly when the ballots are complex, and the higher-ranking offices are located at the top of the ballot.

What is ballot paper?

A ballot paper is a voting form - a piece of paper upon which a vote is cast during a ballot.