Law:The Write-In Amendment

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12RC20

The Write-In Amendment

Whereas, wrtie-in votes for political parties may provide an increased measure of public involvement in government, Therefore the Cosâ proceeds to allow write-in votes in Cosâ elections by adding Article 35a to the Constituziun. Article 35a will read as follows: Art. 35a. Instead of voting for the parties registered for the election and appearing on the ballot as per Article 30, voters may write in parties which have not registered. However, any party obtaining votes in this fashion must register (by fulfilling all the requirements given in Article 30, with the exception of the official 10x17 cm advert) itself with the Secretary of State before the Election Deadline. Any otes obtained by parties which do not register before the Election Deadline will be discarded.

Proposed by: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)



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