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Sent: Monday, September 18, 2000 10:46
Subject: RE: Having two ballot sizes for
the same ballot information
reason I ask has to do with BOD. We are having no luck in finding an
off-the-shelf laser printer that can do 18" ballots. Yes, you can put
18" paper into a manual input tray, but usually the duplexers will only handle
a 17" maximum.
the other hand, there are quite a few laser printers off-the-shelf that can do
11" and 14" ballots. Ballot costs can be kept down if election day
voting ballots can be printed on 18" paper (if necessary), but for
BOD, they would have to print multiple 11" or 14" ballots on an available BOD
other views or comments?
Right now, yes,
although you have to jump through a lot of hoops. The design
however is to match plates whenever possible. Certainly, managing multiple
representations of the same ballot is something I wouldn't wish on anyone in
Is it possible to have the ballot
information for one precinct to be on both one 18" ballot and two 11"
For example, one 18" ballot for election day, but
two 11" ballots for absentee voting?