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Which ballots are candidates listed together under the title of the position they seek?

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A ballot used in general election on which all the candidates from each party are listed in parallel columns?

a type of ballot used in general election where all of the candidates from each party are listed in parallel columns is called


Why is Barack Obama listed first on the ballot?

The order of candidates on the ballot is typically determined through a random selection process or a rotation system to ensure fairness. The specific order can vary by state and election. It is unlikely that Barack Obama is consistently listed first on every ballot.


Is it legal to write in the name of a person who is not listed on the ballot?

yes


Is it legal to write in the name of a person who is not listed on a ballot?

yes


What is a write-in?

A write-in is a candidate whose name is not listed on a ballot paper.


Is it true that if you vote straight democratic this will not include President Obama?

It depends on how your state's ballot is set up. Some ballots seem to be laid out in a very confusing manner. So, when you are in the polling place, make sure that after you receive your ballot, you are checking off the candidates you actually intend to vote for, even if the president and other candidates are listed in different places on the ballot. In several states, including North Carolina, there were chain e-mails sent out claiming you cannot vote the straight ticket. It is not clear if in 2012, this is accurate. So again, since different states print their ballots differently, look for the names of the candidates you want, and make sure you cast your vote carefully.


What is an example of ticket splitting?

In most elections, the poltical party affiliation of a candidate is listed on the ballot. If a voter votes for candidates all from the same party, he/she is voting a "straight ticket," or "straight ballot." If the voter votes for candidates based upon their appeal to the voter, regardless of the party affiliation, this is known as "ticket splitting." An example would be if you voted for Bill Clinton, Democrat, for President, but then voted for John Kyl, Republican, for U.S. Senator. Regardless of your registration, whether it be Republican, Socialist, Democrat, Independent, or Green (just a few examples), you are free to vote for any candidate on the ballot.


Why are you asked to retain or not retain a judge on your ballot?

Many times when voters hit the poll their will be one person listed for a position. You never, ever, have to vote for someone you don't want too. If a Poll worker has told you to vote for someone, please contact your local Board of Elections, as this is considered voter harassment.


What is an non-partisan issue?

Sometimes, primaries are held in which those wishing to run for office are not listed by party. In fact, party names do not appear on the ballot at all. THis is known as a nonpartisan primary. Nonpartisan primaries are most popular on the local level. They are used, for example, to choose candidates for school board, city council, or other local offices. In some states, they also are a common means of choosing candidates to run for judge.


Where can I find job offers of the Harvard university?

Job opportunities offered by the Harvard University are listed on their special "Employment @ Harvard" web page. Currently there are seven jobs listed for external candidates.


Name all of the African American presidential candidates?

Assuming you mean for the United States, Barack Obama is the first presidential candidate (there may have been other party candidates, but none who won their party). There are atleast 25+ Black people who have won the nomination of their party for president of the United States and have been listed on the general election ballots since the late 1800's. For example, Shirley Chisholm was NOT the first Black woman to run for president. Charlene Mitchell was the first Black woman to run for president in the general election. She won the nomination of her party.. Rep. Chisholm did not win the nomination of her party and was NOT listed on any general election ballot.