State or local election officials designated voting facitliy where citizens cast ballots.
A location where people go to vote on the day of an election; often a school or town hall.
Location where voting takes place. Usually a school or hall.
polling place is a physical location or grid coordinate. There may be more than one polling station at the same polling place (i.e., an absentee polling station and a regular polling station in two separate rooms of the same building). A polling place may also only be active on one day or the other during the two-day election period. If a mobile polling station is at one polling place one day, it will move to another polling place on the second day.
Polling places are set up in each division to take the votes of the local people. At the 1996 election there were 7 865 ordinary polling places.
a place where voters go to cast their votes in an election
A place where one or more polling stations are provided for the purpose of voting at an election.
The location where votes are taken for a General election, by-election, or referendum, containing one or more polling booths for one or more general electorates and/or Maori electorates.
A facility staffed by poll workers and equipped with voting equipment at which persons residing in a precinct cast ballots in person on Election Day.
the location where voting is carried out