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Where do I Vote?
In accordance with the Representation of the People Act Cap. 12, Rule 17 Sec.(1), the Returning Officer places a notice of the poll on each polling station stating the day on which and hours during which the poll will be taken. Additionally, a circular from the Supervisor of Elections, is sent to each elector informing of the polling station at which the elector is registered to vote.
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How Do I Vote?
The vote at the poll is given by ballot. The Presiding Officer gives the voter a ballot paper and the voter on receiving the ballot paper, shall forthwith proceed into one of the compartments in the polling station and there secretly mark his paper and fold it so as to conceal his vote, and shall then show to the Presiding Officer the back of the paper so as to disclose the official mark, and put the ballot paper so folded into the ballot box in the presence of the Presiding Officer.