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The Police and Crime Commissioner Elections Order 2012

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Questions to be put to voters
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37.—(1) At the time of the application (but not afterwards), the questions specified in the second column of the following table—

(a)may be put by the presiding officer to a person applying for a ballot paper who is mentioned in the first column, and

(b)must be put if the letter “R” appears after the question and the candidate or an election or polling agent requires the question to be put:

Person applying for ballot paper

Questions

1A person applying as a elector

(a) Are you the person registered in the register of electors as follows (read out the whole entry from the register)? [R]

(b) Have you already voted in this election of a police and crime commissioner, here or elsewhere, otherwise than as a proxy for some other person? [R]

2A person applying as proxy

(a) Are you the person whose name appears as A B in the list of proxies for this election of a police and crime commissioner as the person entitled to vote as proxy on behalf of C D? [R]

(b) Have you already voted in this election of a police and crime commissioner, here or elsewhere, as the person entitled to vote as proxy on behalf of C D? [R]

(c) Are you the spouse, civil partner, parent, grandparent, brother/ sister child or grandchild of C D? [R]

3A person applying as proxy for an elector with an anonymous entry (instead of the questions at entry 2)

(a) Are you the person entitled to vote as proxy on behalf of the elector whose number on the register of electors is (read out the number from the register)? [R]

(b) Have you already voted in this election of a police and crime commissioner, here or elsewhere, as proxy on behalf of the elector whose number on the register of electors is (read out the number from the register)? [R]

(c) Are you the spouse, civil partner, parent, grandparent, brother/ sister child or grandchild of the elector whose number on the register of electors is (read out the number from the register)? [R]

4A person applying as proxy if the question at entry 2(c) or 3(c) (if applicable) is not answered in the affirmativeHave you already voted in this election of a police and crime commissioner, here or elsewhere, on behalf of two persons of whom you are not the spouse, civil partner, parent, grandparent, brother/ sister child or grandchild? [R]
5A person applying as an elector in relation to whom there is an entry in the postal voters list

(a) Did you apply to vote by post?

(b) Why have you not voted by post?

6A person applying as proxy who is named in the proxy postal voters list

(a) Did you apply to vote by post as proxy?

(b) Why have you not voted by post as proxy?

(2) In the case of an elector in respect of whom a notice has been issued under section 13B(3B) or (3D) of the 1983 Act, references in the table to reading from the register are to be read as references to reading from that notice.

(3) A ballot paper must not be delivered to any person required to answer any of the above questions unless the person has answered each question satisfactorily.

(4) Except as authorised by this rule, no inquiry is permitted as to the right of any person to vote.

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