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On receipt of such absent elector's ballot or ballots, the officer receiving them shall forthwith enclose the same, unopened in a carrier envelope endorsed with the name and official title of such officer and the words: “absent electors' ballot to be opened only at the polls.” He shall hold the same until the delivery of the official ballots to the judges of election of the precinct in which the elector resides and shall deliver the ballot or ballots to the judges with such official ballots.
In those counties which count ballots at a central location, absentee ballots that are received may, in the discretion of the county clerk, be retained in a secure place in the clerk's office and such ballots shall be added to the precinct returns at the time of ballot tabulation. The clerk shall deliver to the polls a list of those absentee ballots received to record in the official poll book that the elector has voted.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Idaho Statutes Title 34. Elections § 34-1007. Transmission of absentee ballots to polls - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/id/title-34-elections/id-st-sect-34-1007.html
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