Citizens are informed, about the details of voting. Voting is done on a specific day, with specific hours. Voting cards are mailed out to everyone on the voters’ list. On voting day, signs are posted at polling station, and nearby major intersections. Polling stations are done in large government buildings: schools, community centers, senior citizens’ home etc. Each polling station has a deputy returning officer and a polling clerk.
On voting day, people go to their polling stations to vote. Signs are also posted in the building and intersections. One doesn’t have to go to their designated polling station. However, if one does go else where to vote they will need their voting card.
On voting day, people go to their polling station to vote. After signing In, a ballot is given to you. Then you take your card and go to a designated area to mark off your selection. Place an ‘X’ in a circle next to the candidate of your choice. Once you’ve made your selection, fold up your card and place it inside a ballot box.
After polling stations close, designated officers open ballot boxes and count votes. Scrutineers make sure the vote count is fair