E-2.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting models of ballot papers and the form of the template for municipal elections and referendums

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chapter E-2.2, r. 1
Regulation respecting models of ballot papers and the form of the template for municipal elections and referendums
ELECTIONS AND REFERENDUMS — MODELS OF BALLOT PAPERS
Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities
(chapter E-2.2, s. 582).
E-2.2
September 1 2012
DIVISION I
MODELS OF BALLOT PAPERS
1. The model of the obverse of the ballot paper for a municipal election is that prescribed:
(1)  in Schedule I where the candidates do not belong to any authorized party or to any recognized ticket;
(2)  in Schedule II where a candidate is that of an authorized party or a recognized ticket;
(3)  in Schedule III where independent candidates for the same office have the same name.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 1.
2. The model of the reverse of the ballot paper for a municipal election is that prescribed:
(1)  in Schedule IV for an election to the office of mayor;
(2)  in Schedule V for an election to the office of councillor of an electoral district;
(3)  in Schedule VI for an election to the office of councillor of a ward;
(4)  in Schedule VII for an election to a numbered office of councillor of a ward;
(5)  in Schedule VIII for an election to a numbered office of councillor.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 2.
3. The model of the obverse of the ballot paper for a municipal referendum is that prescribed:
(1)  in Schedule IX for a consultative referendum;
(2)  in Schedule X for another referendum.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 3.
4. The model of the reverse of the ballot paper for a municipal referendum is that prescribed in Schedule XI.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 4.
DIVISION II
FORM OF THE TEMPLATE
5. The form of the template for a municipal election is that prescribed in Schedule XII.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 5.
6. The form of the template for a referendum is that prescribed in Schedule XIII.
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 6.
DIVISION III
COMING INTO FORCE
7. (Omitted).
M.O. 88-06-09, s. 7.
MODEL OF THE OBVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION WHERE THE CANDIDATES DO NOT BELONG TO ANY AUTHORIZED PARTY OR TO ANY RECOGNIZED TICKET


François HARDY



Andréanne CARRIER



Suzanne TREMBLAY
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. I; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE OBVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION WHERE A CANDIDATE IS THAT OF AN AUTHORIZED PARTY OR OF A RECOGNIZED TICKET


Steve HARVEY

Parti du Renouveau



Richard BÉLANGER



Michèle ROY
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. II; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE OBVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION WHERE INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES FOR THE SAME OFFICE HAVE THE SAME NAME


Michel VALLÉ

648, rue de Verchères



Michel VALLÉ

830, avenue du NORD



Laura WELCHINSKI

1120, avenue du Parc

Équipe Lavallée





M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. III; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF MAYOR


001

001

Initials of the deputy

returning officer

Village de L’Isle-Blanche

Election to the officer of mayor

7 November 1999

Maxim Tremblay, imprimeur

122, rue Notre-Dame Est

Montréal
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. IV; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR OF AN ELECTORAL DISTRICT

002
002
Initials of the deputy
returning officer
Paroisse de Val-Paradis
Election to the officer of councillor of
the electoral district of Champigny
7 November 1999
Suzanne Roy, imprimeur
122, rue Notre-Dame Est
Montréal
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. V; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION TO THE OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR OF A WARD

003
003
Initials of the deputy
returning officer
Ville de Montreuil
Election to the officer of councillor
of ward # 3
7 November 1999
Jacques Hardy, imprimeur
122, rue Notre-Dame Est
Montréal
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. VI; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION TO A NUMBERED OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR OF A WARD
Initials of the deputy
returning officer
Election to the officer of councillor
# 1 of ward # 3
7 November 1999
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. VII; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR AN ELECTION TO A NUMBERED OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR
005
Initials of the deputy returning officer

Cantons-Unis de Wapetec

Election to the officer of councillor
# 6
7 November 1999

François Gagnon, imprimeur
122, rue Notre-Dame Est
Montréal
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. VIII; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE OBVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR A CONSULTATIVE REFERENDUM
Are you of the opinion that the municipality must regualte
on the display of erotic objects and printed matter?


YES

NO
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. IX; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE OBVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR A REFERENDUM OTHER THAN A CONSULTATIVE REFERENDUM
Do you approve By-law No. 99-01 entitled “By-law ordering works
and a $500,000 loan”?

YES

NO
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. X; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
MODEL OF THE REVERSE OF THE BALLOT PAPER FOR A REFERENDUM
001

Initials of the deputy returning officer

Municipalité de Val-Amour

Referendum

12 September 1999

Maxime Tremblay, imprimeur
122, rue Notre-Dame Est
Montréal
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. XI; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
FORM OF THE TEMPLATE FOR AN ELECTION
An Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities, section 227
The template, containing a maximum number of 10 candidates, allows visually handicapped electors to mark their ballot paper without assistance.
GENERAL DIRECTIVES TO THE DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER
Visually handicapped electors are not obliged to take the oath of an elector unable to vote without assistance where they use the template.
PROCEDURES FOR THE HANDLING OF THE BALLOT PAPER
- Detach the ballot paper from the pad and fold it in the appropriate manner.
- Unfold it and place it in the template so that the first circle on the ballot paper is exactly under the first circle of the template.
- Indicate to the elector the order in which the candidates appear on the ballot paper and the particulars entered under their names, where such is the case.
- Offer assistance to the elector in walking to and back from the polling booth, in folding the marked ballot paper, in detaching the stub and in placing the ballot paper in the ballot box.
- Where an elector prefers to act alone, ask him to fold his ballot paper again, after having marked it, by folding it in the same way you did when you folded it.
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. XII; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
FORM OF THE TEMPLATE FOR A REFERENDUM
An Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities, sections 227 and 567
The template allows qualified voters that are visually handicapped to mark their ballot paper without assistance.
GENERAL DIRECTIVES TO THE DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER
Qualified voters that are visually handicapped are not obliged to take the oath of a person unable to vote without assistance where they use the template.
PROCEDURES FOR THE HANDLING OF THE BALLOT PAPER
- Detach the ballot paper from the pad and fold it in the appropriate manner.
- Unfold it and place it in the template so that the first circle on the ballot paper is exactly under the first circle of the template.
- Indicate to the qualified voter that a mark in the first circle constitutes an affirmative vote and a mark in the second, a negative vote.
- Offer assistance to the qualified voter in walking to and back from the polling booth, in folding the marked ballot paper, in detaching the stub and in placing the ballot paper in the ballot box.
- Where a qualified voter prefers to act alone, ask him to fold his ballot paper again, after having marked it, by folding it in the same way you did when you folded it.
M.O. 88-06-09, Sch. XIII; M.O. 99-07-02, s. 1.
REFERENCES
M.O. 88-06-09, 1988 G.O. 2, 2353
M.O. 99-07-02, 1999 G.O. 2, 2114