Voter

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ELECTOR.

Last seen on: –L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Sep 20 2022
Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Dec 20 2021
The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 701 – Oct 31 2021

Random information on the term “Voter”:

An absentee ballot is a vote cast by someone who is unable or unwilling to attend the official polling station to which the voter is normally allocated. Methods include voting at a different location, postal voting, proxy voting and online voting. Increasing the ease of access to absentee ballots is seen by many as one way to improve voter turnout through convenience voting, though some countries require that a valid reason, such as infirmity or travel, be given before a voter can participate in an absentee ballot. Early voting overlaps with absentee voting. Early voting includes votes cast before the official election day(s), by mail, online or in-person at voting centers which are open for the purpose. Some places call early in-person voting a form of “absentee” voting, since voters are absent from the polling place on election day.

In the electoral terminology of some countries, such as Australia, “absentee voting” means specifically a vote cast at a different polling station to one to which the voter has been allocated. “Early voting”, “proxy voting” or “postal voting” are separate concepts in these countries. The history of absentee voting dates back to the 19th century, and modern-day procedures and availability vary by jurisdiction. Absentee voting may be available on demand, or limited to individuals meeting certain criteria, such as a proven inability to travel to a designated polling place. Many electors are required to apply for absentee voting, although some may receive a postal ballot by default. In some elections postal voting is the only voting method allowed and is referred to as all-postal voting. Typically, postal votes must be mailed back on or before the scheduled election day. However, in some jurisdictions return methods may allow for dropping off the ballot in person via secure drop boxes or at voting centers.

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