E-3.3 - Election Act

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301.3. After the advance polling station closes on the first day, the poll clerk records in the poll book the information referred to in section 362.
The deputy returning officer places in separate envelopes the ballot papers that are in the ballot box, the spoiled or cancelled ballot papers, the unused ballot papers, the forms and the list of electors; the deputy returning officer then seals the envelopes. The deputy returning officer places the envelopes, except the one containing the list of electors, and the poll book in the ballot box and seals it with a safety seal bearing a number.
The deputy returning officer, the poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so initial the seals on the envelopes and on the ballot box.
The deputy returning officer then gives the ballot box, the envelope containing the list of electors and a list of the electors who have voted to the returning officer or the person designated by the returning officer.
2006, c. 17, s. 15.