If not already folded, the election board shall fold each ballot before handing the
same to a voter. If more than one ballot is to be handed to a voter, the ballots in the set shall be
folded separately. Ballots shall be folded so that the names of candidates are concealed and the printed
endorsement and ballot number are on the outside of the folded ballot. Before leaving the voting booth, the voter shall refold each of his ballots separately
in the manner he received it and so that the names of candidates and marks on the
ballot are concealed. Upon leaving the booth the voter shall deliver his ballot or set of ballots to one
of the judges, who shall forthwith, and in the presence of the voter and of the election
board, properly clip the number therefrom and deposit the ballots in their respective
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