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16-563 - Posting sample ballots, instruction cards and notice to voters before opening polls
16-563. Posting sample ballots, instruction cards and notice to voters before opening polls
Before opening the polls the inspector of elections shall direct the following postings:
1. One of the sample ballots provided for in section 16-510, one of the cards of instructions provided for in section 16-513 and one of the "right to vote a provisional ballot" notices provided for in section 16-513.01 in plain view in the room where the ballots are cast. At least one other sample ballot, card of instruction and "right to vote a provisional ballot" notice shall be posted in a conspicuous place in and around the polling place.
2. Three seventy-five foot limit notices approximately seventy-five feet in different directions from the main outside entrance being used by voters to enter the building in which the election is being held.
3. In each voting booth, a notice to voters provided in section 16-514 at general elections only.
4. Any notices necessary for complying with early ballot on-site tabulation procedures as prescribed in sections 16-579.01 and 16-579.02.