Conn. Agencies Regs. § 9-242a-18 - Overvote

Current through March 4, 2022

An overvote occurs when an elector votes for more candidates for an office than he is entitled to. When an overvote message appears on the voting tabulator, the voting tabulator tender shall instruct the elector to recheck the ballot and obtain a new ballot if necessary. If the elector insists that the ballot be processed with the overvote, the voting tabulator tender shall instruct him votes for the overvoted office will not be counted but that the votes for the other offices will be counted. The elector shall be instructed to deposit the ballot in the auxiliary bin.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 9-242a-18
Adopted effective October 1, 1999; Amended March 27, 2008

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