Definitions for "Ballot"
Originally, a ball used for secret voting. Hence: Any printed or written ticket used in voting.
The act of secret voting, whether by balls, written or printed ballots or tickets, or by use of a voting machine; the system of voting secretly.
The whole number of votes cast at an election, or in a given territory or electoral district.
Keywords:  debate, judge, aff, speaker, ranks
A document on which the judge records the decision, the reasons for the decision, and speaker points awarded to each debater.
the decision in a debate round. A judge casts a ballot for either the Aff or the Neg and gives her/his reasons for this decision. Often speaker ranks and points are also given on the ballot.
debate function model selection vast
Keywords:  bam, ban
drawn on the second Thursday that the House sits in each session. The 20 successful members put their bills down for discussion on particular days (Fridays).
A poll of the Regent House (or very occasionally the Senate) on a motion put before it. A ballot of the Regent House takes place if called for by the Council or 25 members of the Regent House, and is conducted by post under prescribed rules of procedure.
Keywords:  nominee, necessity, office, one
a necessity when there is more than one nominee for an office
Keywords:  landcom, queue, assists, selling, land
a different way Landcom has of selling land which assists purchasers by not having to queue for land
Ballot was a French automobile manufacturer.
A release form that authorizes a customer's long-distance phone service to be switched to (another) long-distance carrier, or reseller.
Keywords:  leader, want, list, people
a list of all the people who want to be the leader
a system used to allocate places in a situation where demand exceeds supply
Keywords:  random, selection, issue, shares, new
A random selection of applicants for a new issue of shares.