S.C. Code Regs. 45-6 - Defective Ballot Cards
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Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 12, December 24, 2021
Defective ballot cards in precincts using vote recorders may be separated from other ballot cards, duplicated according to Section 7-13-1410
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45-6. Defective Ballot Cards.
Defective ballot cards in precincts using vote recorders may be separated from other ballot cards, duplicated according to § 7-13-1410(f) of the 1976 S. C. Code, tabulated and added to the official election returns of the precinct. When a defective ballot is duplicated, one election official shall read the defective ballot to a second election official who shall punch the duplicated card. Such punched duplicated card and the original shall be reviewed by one other election official in order to be sure a true and accurate duplicate of the original ballot has been made.