CEC: Same quick-drying ink will be used to vote

Radio Taiwan International 
Date: 22 November, 2018
By: Natalie Tso

The Central Election Commission has announced that it will use the same quick-

The CEC says it will use fast-drying ink in the voting booths (CNA file photo, Pixabay)

drying red ink in the voting booths this Saturday. There were rumors that this election would use an oil-based ink that would take longer to dry and could smudge.

The commission also said that people could bring notes with them to vote, but they could not disturb others in the process. Notes cannot be left in voting booths or be thrown in as ballots.

Taiwan heads to the polls on Saturday, November 24 in its mid-term elections. People will vote for city mayors, city councilors and local neighborhood chiefs. The public will also vote on 10 referendums. The issues include using the name “Taiwan” instead of “Chinese Taipei” to participate in the Olympics, same-sex marriage, nuclear power, and environmental issues.    [FULL  STORY]

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