Candidate to be given one vote even though voted
for more than once in the same race.
The State of New York allows a candidate to
represent more than one party and to be listed for each party they represent
in the same race. There are twelve parties.
In the event the absentee voter votes more than
once for the same candidate in the same race, the vote will go to the highest
Currently, the lever machine prevents the voter
from voting more than the race allows.
Is this called cross endorse?
Global Election Systems,
(416) 446-1383 office (416) 446-1425 fax