Glossary Term: ballot

Name

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  • ballot

Preferred Definition

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  • (1) Collection of votes produced by one voter in one voting session (as in "ballot summary" or "rejected ballot record"). (2) Collection of all votes cast by one voter in one voting session (as in "cast ballot"). (3) Cast vote record (as in "evidence that the ballot was available for review by the voter"). (4) Ballot configuration (as in "ballot definition"). (5) Ballot style (as in "ballot design"). (6) Presentation of every contest included in a particular ballot style, possibly with votes (as in "For privacy, the ballot must be visible only to the voter"). (7) Collection of one or more pieces of paper that presents every contest included in a particular ballot style and, when cast, serves as a cast vote record. (8) VEBD function of interacting with a voter to potentially create a ballot (as in "ballot activation") or mark an existing ballot.

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References

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  1. P1622 IEEE Glossary

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Adjudication
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BallotDefinition
BallotDeliverySecurity
BallotDeliveryUseCase
BallotImage
BallotLevelComparisonAudit
BallotMarkingSecurity
BallotMarkingUseCase
BallotOnDemandSecurity
BallotOnDemandUseCase
BallotQuestion
BallotRotation
BallotStyle
BlankBallot
CastBallot
CastVoteRecord
CategorySignUpSheet
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CentralTabulator
ChallengedBallot
ClosedPrimary
ComparisonAudit
Contest
ContestChoice
CountedBallot
CumulativeVoting
CyberSecurity
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DirectRecordElectronic
EBM
EBMMarkedPaperBallot
EBP
EPollbooksSecurity
Election
ElectionAnalysis
ElectionNightReportingUseCase
ElectionXrefToKBProcess
ElectronicBallotPrinter
ElectronicPollbooksUseCase
FrequentlyAskedQuestions
FullElectionProcess
FullElectionProcessXrefToKBProcess
GenericBallotStyle
HistoricalElectionProcessWork
HumanFactors
Interoperability
InteroperabilityWorkingGroupMembershipList
KenBennettFullElectionProcess
KenBennettProcessModels
OnlineVoterRegistration
OpenPrimary
OpeningPollsonElectionDay
OpticalScanner
PostElection
PreElection
PreElectionXrefToKBProcess
PrecinctCountOpticalScanner
PrecinctSplit
ProcessingVoters
ProvisionalBallot
ProvisionalChallengedBallot
RankedOrder
ReadBallot
RelevantContest
ReviewRequiredBallot
SecurityObjectives
SecurityRecommendations
SplitPrecinct
Spoil
StraightPartyVoting
TGDCCharter
Testing
TopicalDiscussions
UseCasesSecurity
VVSGPrinciplesAndGuidelines
VVSGStructure
VVSGUseCases
VoteCaptureDevice
VotedBallot
VotingCredentials
VotingDevice
VotingMethodsModels
VotingProcess
VotingSystem
VotingVariation
WebHome
WebStatistics
WhyIsACDFNeeded
WriteIn

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