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PDFWAC 135-110-560

Ballot security.

Ballots cast must use a double-envelope paper balloting system, in which:
(1) The voter places the completed ballot inside the inner envelope;
(2) The inner envelope is sealed to prevent tampering;
(3) No personally identifying marks are to be placed on the inner envelope;
(4) The inner envelope containing the completed ballot is placed in the outer envelope;
(5) The voter provides sufficient identifying information on, or inserted into, the outer envelope to allow polling officers to verify the eligibility of the voter;
(6) For electronic voting, the functional equivalent of a paper ballot shall be used to assure security; and
(7) The provisions listed above shall not apply to a ballot cast during a poll-site election by an individual that has been verified to be eligible to vote in the election.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 89.08.040, 89.08.160, 89.08.190, and 89.08.200. WSR 20-19-122, § 135-110-560, filed 9/21/20, effective 10/22/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 89.08.040, 89.08.190, and 89.08.200. WSR 10-21-084, § 135-110-560, filed 10/19/10, effective 11/19/10.]
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