Swiss voting material



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English: The voting material received by a Swiss citizen resident in the city of Berne for the 30 November 2008 referenda and elections:
  1. National referendum government information booklet
  2. National referendum ballot (5 issues)
  3. Cantonal referendum government information booklet
  4. Cantonal referendum ballot (2 issues)
  5. Municipal referendum government information booklet
  6. Municipal referendum ballot (4 issues)
  7. Municipal election ballot for the city government (5 seats including the mayor)
  8. Municipal election ballot for the mayor of Berne
  9. Municipal election government information booklet
  10. Municipal election ballots for the city parliament (80 seats). Preprinted ballots for all party lists and one empty ballot are provided. Voters may cast only one ballot.
  11. Return envelope for postal voting. To vote by mail, voters must insert the sealed ballot envelope (13) and the signed voter identification card (12) into the return envelope and mail it to the city chancellery for counting.
  12. Voter identification card. It must be signed in order for a mail vote to be valid. It is discarded after validation and before the ballot envelope (13) is opened, so as to preserve the secrecy of the ballot.
  13. Ballot envelope. Mail voters must insert their ballots and seal the envelope.
  14. Election advertising material produced by the parties. Each party is restricted to one brochure of a prescribed format to be delivered to voters this way.
Date November 2008(2008-11)
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