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The Health Board Elections (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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Marking of lists when voting packs sent

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23.—(1) The returning officer must first send voting packs to every voter in the officer’s extract of the absent voters list and must—

(a)mark the unique number of the ballot paper contained in the voting pack sent to a voter against the entry corresponding to that voter in that extract; and

(b)mark with the letter “A” each entry corresponding to an absent voter in the officer’s extracts of the register of local government electors so as to denote—

(i)that the voter is an absent voter; and

(ii)that a voting pack has been sent to the voter’s alternative address.

(2) The returning officer must then send a voting pack to every voter in the officer’s extract of the register of local government electors (other than those marked “A”) and must mark the unique number of the ballot paper contained in the voting pack sent to a voter against the entry corresponding to that voter in that extract.

(3) If the returning officer is satisfied that 2 or more entries in the absent voters list or the register of local government electors relate to the same voter, the officer must not issue more than one voting pack to that voter.

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