Definition of ballot paper in English:

ballot paper

Line breaks: bal¦lot paper

noun

British
A slip of paper used to register a vote.
More example sentences
  • There was never more than one candidate in any election and an unmarked ballot paper counted as a vote.
  • People must sign the declaration attached to the ballot paper or their vote will not be valid.
  • The council will also warn voters who did receive the original ballot paper against casting their vote twice.

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