A central absentee precinct (CAP) is a precinct established in the courthouse or other public building in a county or city for the receiving, counting and recording of absentee ballots cast in the county or city.
Person contending in a contest for office. A candidate may be explicitly presented as one of the choices on the ballot or may be a write-in candidate.
Color-based representations of areas of interest/focus points; generally associated with eye-tracking software.
Device used to read the voter selection data from a paper ballot or ballot card.
Inclusive Planning Process for inclusion for elderly and disabled people. Objectives Shared Knowledge As the participants in the process work together, they learn from each other and create solutions based on this sharing. Sensitive Design Transit programs designed by those using the service will be more sensitive to their needs. Support for Implementation Groups and…
The ballot or accompanying information is said to be in an alternative format if it is in a representation other than the standard ballot language and format.
Plain language is grammatically correct and universally understood language that includes complete sentence structure and accurate word usage. Plain language is not unprofessional writing or a method of “dumbing down” or “talking down” to the reader. “A communication is in plain language if its wording, structure, and design are so clear that the intended readers…