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" ... as he may desire to vote for, but in no case for more candidates for any office than is indicated under the title of such office. "
Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan - Page 30
by Michigan - 1907
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 108

Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...leaving of a blank space under each group of printed names of candidates, in which the elector may vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot by writing his name thereon (section 12, subd. 4), and the person receiving the highest num: her of votes...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 71

Law reports, digests, etc - 1909
...that purpose. The fourth reason is that the 'Uniform Primary Act' does not authorize the elector to vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot This reason Is contradictory of the torm of the ballot above quoted, and also the provision in the...
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Election Laws of the State of Nebraska in Force July 1, 1899

Nebraska - Election law - 1899 - 198 pages
...deposited in the ballot box, after which immediately leave the railed enclosure. 4. If you wish to vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write his full name in the blank space on the ballot under the proper office you wish him to hold,...
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The Compiled Statutes of the State of Nebraska, 1881: With Amendments 1882 ...

Nebraska, Guy Ashton Brown, Hiland Hill Wheeler - Law - 1901 - 1612 pages
...railed enclosure. SEC. 159. Making cross (X) opposite name sufficient. 69 Neb., 382. 4. If you wish to vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write his name in full in the bltink space on the ballot under the proper office you wish him to hold,...
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Public and Local Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, Part 1

Michigan - Session laws - 1905
...there concealed from view prepare such ballot by making a cross in the square at the left of such names as he may desire to vote for, but in no case for more...title of such office. He may, however, vote for any candidate whose name is not printed on the ballot by so writing in such other name as shall make it...
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Public Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan

Michigan - Law - 1909
...ballotview prepare such ballot by making a cross in the square at the left of the names of such candidates as he may desire to vote for, but in no case for more candidates for any office Folding of. Duty of inspector. When ballot exposed. than is indicated under the title of such office....
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American Ballot Laws, 1888-1910

Arthur Crosby Ludington - Ballot - 1911 - 220 pages
...the names of the party candidates opposite the candidates of other parties whom he has voted for.) To vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot, he is to write the name in his party column under that of the party candidate for the same office....
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Legislation Bulletin ..., Issue 40

New York State Library - Law - 1911
...cross marks only opposite the names of the individual candidates for whom he wishes to vote ; or, to vote for any person whose name is not printed on the ballot, he may write in the name of such person in the proper space in the blank column. To vote on a constitutional...
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Public Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan

Michigan - Law - 1913
...vote and then making a cross in the square at the left of the names of such candidates in such column as he may desire to vote for, but in no case for more...however, vote for any person whose name is not printed in such column by insert ing such other name in such manner as shall make it a substitute for any name...
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State of Michigan Laws Relating to Elections

Michigan - Election law - 1913 - 315 pages
...vote and then making a cross in the square at the left of the names of such candidates in such column as he may desire to vote for, but in no case for more...however, vote for any person whose name is not printed in such column by inserting such other name in such manner as shall make it a substitute for any name...
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