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1 Training Tool for Voter Intent The following presentation is a training tool shared by King County Elections at the 2014 WSACA Elections.

2 Voter Intent Guidelines What is a Vote

3 Voter Intent – Statewide Standards General: Rule A – Target Area Rule B – Pattern of Similar Marks Rule C – Corrected Votes Rule D – Not a Correction Rule E – Written Instructions Rule F – Identifying Marks Rule G – Over Votes Write-In: Rule H – Blank Target Area Rule I – Already on the Ballot Rule J – Name Variations Rule K – Blank Line Rule L – Blank Line and Candidate Rule M – Name Combinations Rule N – Over Votes Rule O – Not Eligible Rule P – Vote in the Wrong Place Other: Rule Q - Messy Marks Rule R – Pattern of Partisan Voting Rule S – Anything Else

4 Rule A – Target Area Any marks made in the target area shall be counted as valid votes, with exceptions. Any marks made outside of the target area shall be valid only if they form a pattern of similar marks as outlined in Rule B. Marks that trace or outline the target area are not valid votes unless they form a pattern of similar marks as outlined in Rule B.

5 Exceptions to Rule A 1 – Obvious Stray Marks 2 – Hesitation Marks 3 – Parts of Written Notes 4 – Corrected Votes For examples of Exception 4, see Rule C and Rule E.

6 Rule A – Example 1 Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal ____________ ORIGINAL Heart Attack Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 7 Heart Attack Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 7 Milk Chocolate Wht. Chocolate Dark Chocolate ____________ Cake Cookies Doughnuts ____________ Sorbet Ice Cream Frozen Yogurt ____________ Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal ____________ Milk Chocolate Wht. Chocolate Dark Chocolate ____________ Cake Cookies Doughnuts ____________ Sorbet Ice Cream Frozen Yogurt ____________

7 Rule A – Example 1 All choices marked are valid votes because they are all marked in the target area and do not fall under one of the exceptions to rule A.

8 Rule A – Example 2 Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal ____________ Heart Attack Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 7 Heart Attack Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 7 Milk Chocolate Wht. Chocolate Dark Chocolate ____________ Cake Cookies Doughnuts ____________ Sorbet Ice Cream Frozen Yogurt ____________ Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Oatmeal ____________ Milk Chocolate Wht. Chocolate Dark Chocolate ____________ Cake Cookies Doughnuts ____________ Sorbet Ice Cream Frozen Yogurt ____________ ORIGINAL

9 Rule A – Example 2 Only the vote for “Peanut Butter” will count. The other marks are made outside of the target area and do not fulfill the pattern of similar marks requirements of rule B, so they are not valid.

10 Rule A – Example 3 Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ ORIGINAL

11 Rule A – Example 3 The Marks made on the ballot get smaller with each race, an implication of voter fatigue. All of the marks in the target area are valid votes.

12 Rule A – Example 4 Hot Dogs Hamburger Pizza ____________ ORIGINAL Hot Dogs Hamburger Pizza ____________ Artery Clogger Ballot Code: 89 Leg Dist: 6 Artery Clogger Ballot Code: 89 Leg Dist: 6

13 Rule A – Example 4 Marks that trace the target area are not valid and only the vote for Hamburger will count. Marks that trace or outline a target area will not count unless they fulfill the pattern of similar marks requirements of Rule B.

14 Rule A - Exception 1A Sandals Dress Shoes Loafers ____________ ORIGINAL Sandals Dress Shoes Loafers ____________ Footwear Ballot Code: 89 Leg Dist: 6 Footwear Ballot Code: 89 Leg Dist: 6

15 Rule A – Exception 1A The mark is a stray mark and shall not be counted as a valid vote, even though it is in the target area of a candidate. Only the vote for “Dress Shoes” is a valid vote.

16 Rule A - Exception 1B Tomato Bisque Chicken Noodle Beef Barley ____________ ORIGINAL Tomato Bisque Chicken Noodle Beef Barley ____________ Soup Kitchen Ballot Code: 11 Leg Dist: 22 Soup Kitchen Ballot Code: 11 Leg Dist: 22

17 Rule A – Exception 1B The voter has scratched out a candidate’s name and it extends into the target area. These are stray marks and shall not be counted as valid votes.

18 Rule A - Exception 2 Parmesan Swiss Limburger ____________ ORIGINAL Parmesan Swiss Limburger ____________ Cheesy Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 25 Cheesy Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 25

19 Rule A – Exception 2 The mark in the target area of Limburger is a hesitation mark, and shall not be counted as a valid vote. The races are therefore not over-voted and shall all be counted as valid votes for Swiss.

20 Rule A - Exception 3 Parmesan Swiss Limburger ____________ ORIGINAL Parmesan Swiss Limburger ____________ Cheesy Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 25 Cheesy Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 25

21 Rule A – Exception 3 The mark that extends into the target area is a part of a written note on the ballot. The mark shall NOT count as a valid vote.

22 Rule B –Pattern of Similar Marks Marks made outside of the target area shall be counted as valid votes as long as those marks form a pattern of similar marks. All races and issues for which the voter has indicated a choice outside the target area must have a similar mark. If some marks are in the target area and some are not, but the same type of mark is used, all such marks shall be counted as valid votes.

23 Rule B –Pattern of Similar Marks II Marks made outside of the target area shall be counted as valid votes even if one pattern of similar marks is used on one page of the ballot and another pattern of similar marks is used on another page of the ballot. Marks made outside of the target area shall be counted as valid votes if one pattern of similar marks is used for measures and another pattern of similar marks is used for candidate races.

24 Rule B –Pattern of Similar Marks III If the marks strike through candidate names or ballot measure responses in a pattern of similar marks throughout the ballot, all such marks shall be counted as valid votes. A mark outside the target area on a ballot that contains only one race or measure is not required to form a pattern.

25 Rule B – Example 1A Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ ORIGINAL

26 Rule B – Example 1A This is a pattern of similar marks. All votes in this example shall be counted as valid.

27 Rule B – Example 1B Jerry Lewis Abbot & Costello Laurel and Hardy ____________ Classic Hollywood Ballot Code: 62 Leg Dist: 31 Classic Hollywood Ballot Code: 62 Leg Dist: 31 Betty Davis Ingrid Bergman The lady that played in that movie? ____________ Cary Grant Fred Astaire Jimmy Stewart ____________ Cleopatra Ben Hur Spartacus ____________ Jerry Lewis Abbot & Costello Laurel and Hardy ____________ Betty Davis Ingrid Bergman The lady that played in that movie? ____________ Cary Grant Fred Astaire Jimmy Stewart ____________ Cleopatra Ben Hur Spartacus ____________ ORIGINAL

28 Rule B – Example 1B This is a pattern of similar marks. All votes in this example shall be counted as valid.

29 Rule B – Example 2 Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 9 Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ ORIGINAL

30 Rule B – Example 2 The voter has made the same mark throughout the ballot, some of which are outside of the target area. Because all of the marks are the same for every race, all votes on this ballot shall be counted as valid.

31 Rule B – Example 3 Jerry Lewis Abbot & Costello Laurel and Hardy ____________ Classic Hollywood Ballot Code: 62 Leg Dist: 31 Betty Davis Ingrid Bergman The lady that played in that movie? ____________ Cary Grant Fred Astaire Jimmy Stewart ____________ Cleopatra Ben Hur Spartacus ____________ Classic Hollywood Ballot Code: 62 Leg Dist: 31 Jerry Lewis Abbot & Costello Laurel and Hardy ____________ Betty Davis Ingrid Bergman The lady that played in that movie? ____________ Cary Grant Fred Astaire Jimmy Stewart ____________ Cleopatra Ben Hur Spartacus ____________ ORIGINAL

32 Rule B – Example 3 There are marks made outside of the target area, but not in a consistent pattern. Only the vote for “Laurel and Hardy” counts as a valid vote.

33 Rule C – Corrected Votes If the voter has followed the instructions for correcting a vote, the stricken vote shall not be counted. If a second choice is marked, it shall be counted as a valid vote. If a second choice is not marked, the race shall be considered under voted. If the voter has marked two target areas and placed an “X” or slash (“/”) over one of the marked areas, the choice without the “X” or “/” shall be counted as a valid vote.

34 Rule C – Example 1 Trucks Planes Cars ____________ ORIGINAL Trucks Planes Cars ____________ Transportation Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 82 Transportation Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 82

35 Rule C – Example 1 The voter has followed the instructions for correcting a vote. The vote for “Cars” is a valid vote, and the other shall not be counted.

36 Rule C – Example 2 Polar Bear Penguin Walrus ____________ ORIGINAL Polar Bear Penguin Walrus ____________ Arctic Life Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 102 Arctic Life Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 102

37 Rule C – Example 2 The voter has followed the instructions for correcting a vote. The race has been under voted and no votes shall count.

38 Rule C – Example 3 Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ ORIGINAL Leg warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

39 Rule C – Example 3 The voter has marked two target areas and also placed an “X” over one of the marked areas. The choice without the “X” is the valid vote; in the example, the vote for “Spandex” is the valid vote.

40 Rule C – Example 4A Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ ORIGINAL Leg warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

41 Rule C – Example 4A The race is considered under voted and no votes for any candidates shall be tallied.

42 Rule C – Example 4B Walnuts Cashews Almonds ____________ ORIGINAL Walnuts Cashews Almonds ____________ Nutty Bunch Ballot Code: 18 Leg Dist: 29 Nutty Bunch Ballot Code: 18 Leg Dist: 29 Peanuts

43 Rule C – Example 4B The write-in for “Peanuts” is the valid vote.

44 Rule D – Not a Correction If the voter has both marked a choice correctly and also placed an “x” in the same target area, but has not marked a second target area as if attempting to correct the vote, it shall be counted as a valid vote.

45 Rule D – Example 1 Canola Oil Olive Oil Sesame Oil ____________ ORIGINAL Strike Oil Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 77 Canola Oil Olive Oil Sesame Oil ____________ Strike Oil Ballot Code: 19 Leg Dist: 77 No Action

46 Rule D – Example 1 The vote for “Canola Oil” is a valid vote.

47 Rule E – Written Instructions If the voter has attempted to vote or correct a vote by providing written instruction on his or her intent, it shall be counted as the voter instructed. Written instructions can include words, circles, lines, or arrows.

48 Rule E – Example 1 Snack Mix Potato Chips Salty Peanuts ____________ ORIGINAL Snack Mix Potato Chips Salty Peanuts ____________ Party Time Ballot Code: 5 Leg Dist: 89 Party Time Ballot Code: 5 Leg Dist: 89

49 Rule F – Identifying Marks Marks identifying the voter, such as initials, signatures, or addresses, do not disqualify a ballot.

50 Rule F – Example 1 Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________ Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________ ORIGINAL

51 Rule F – Example 1 The example contains a legible signature, but it will NOT disqualify the ballot.

52 Rule F – Example 2 Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________ ORIGINAL Art Mann 233 Jacobsen St. Seattle, WA Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________

53 Rule F – Example 2 The voter has placed an address sticker or stamp on the ballot. This will NOT disqualify the ballot.

54 Rule F – Example 3 Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Heroes and Villains Ballot Code: 51 Leg Dist: 8 Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________ Superman Batman Spiderman ____________ Magneto Penguin Old Man Jenkins ____________ Robin Shaggy Wonder Dog ____________ ORIGINAL

55 Rule F – Example 3 The example has initials on its face. This will NOT disqualify the ballot.

56 Rule G – Over Votes Races or Issues that have more target areas marked than are allowed are over votes. No votes for that race or issue shall be counted. Exception 1. –Write-in votes for a candidate already on the ballot. (For examples, see Rule I)

57 Lasagna Spaghetti Pizza ____________ Italian Corner Ballot Code: 38 Leg Dist: 61 Rule G – Example 1 Lasagna Spaghetti Pizza ____________ ORIGINAL Italian Corner Ballot Code: 38 Leg Dist: 61

58 Rule G – Example 1 The example has more target areas marked than is allowed. This shall be tallied as an over vote, and not as a valid vote for any candidate.

59 Rule H – Write-in: Blank Target Area If a name is written on a write-in line, it shall be counted as a valid write-in vote regardless of whether the corresponding target area is marked.

60 Rule H – Example 1 The Jolly Green Giant Jimmy Dean Spam ____________ ORIGINAL The Jolly Green Giant Jimmy Dean Spam ____________ Earthworm Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 Earthworm Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 Corned Beef

61 Rule H – Example 1 The example is a valid vote for “Corned Beef.”

62 Rule I – Write-in: Already on the Ballot If the name of a candidate who is already printed on the ballot is written in, that vote shall not be tallied as an over vote, but shall be counted as a valid vote for the printed candidate. This applies even if both target areas are marked or no target areas are marked.

63 Rule I – Example 1 Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ ORIGINAL Leg warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

64 Rule I – Example 1 The example is a valid vote for “Spandex”.

65 Rule J – Write-in: Name Variations If a write-in vote is cast for a declared write-in candidate using a commonly recognizable nickname or spelling variation, it shall be counted as a valid vote for that candidate.

66 Rule J – Example 1A Madonna Prince Michael Jackson ____________ ORIGINAL Eccentric Stars Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 TO NAWI Madonna Jimmy Dean Spam ____________ Eccentric Stars Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 Madonna Prince Michael Jackson ____________

67 Rule J – Example 1B Madonna Prince Michael Jackson ____________ ORIGINAL Eccentric Stars Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 TO NAWI Madonna Jimmy Dean Spam ____________ Eccentric Stars Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 27 Madonna Prince Michael Jackson ____________

68 Rule J – Example 1 All examples are valid votes for the declared write-in candidate “Brittney Spears”

69 Rule K – Write-in: Blank Line If the write-in target area is marked but no name is written on the line, it shall not be counted as a valid vote, even though it may be tallied as a write-in vote by the tabulation system.

70 Rule K – Example 1 Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ ORIGINAL Leg warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

71 Rule K – Example 1 The example is not a valid vote and shall count for no candidate.

72 Rule L – Write-in: Blank Line and Candidate If a candidate’s target area is marked, and the write-in target area is marked but no name is written on the line, it shall not be tallied as an over vote, but shall be counted as a valid vote for the printed candidate.

73 Rule L – Example 1 Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ ORIGINAL Leg warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

74 Rule L – Example 1 The example is a valid vote for “Spandex”.

75 Rule M – Write-in: Name Combinations If a write-in vote is cast for a candidate with a combination of names already on the ballot, it shall NOT be counted as a vote for either printed candidate, but rather shall be counted as a valid vote for the name as written.

76 Rule M – Example 1 Teddy Roosevelt Rutherford B. Hayes William Henry Harrison ____________ ORIGINAL US Presidents Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 To NAWI Dream House Election Bldg. Studio Apt. ____________ US Presidents Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 Teddy Roosevelt Rutherford B. Hayes William Henry Harrison ____________

77 Rule M – Example 1 The example is a valid vote for “Teddy Hayes”.

78 Rule N – Write-In: Over-votes If a candidate’s target area is marked and something other than that candidate’s name is written in the write-in response area, it shall be counted as an over-vote and not a valid vote for any candidate. This applies whether or not the target area for the write-in is marked.

79 Rule N – Example 1A Teddy Roosevelt Rutherford B. Hayes William Henry Harrison ____________ ORIGINAL US Presidents Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 To NAWI Dream House Election Bldg. Studio Apt. ____________ US Presidents Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 Teddy Roosevelt Rutherford B. Hayes William Henry Harrison ____________

80 Rule N – Example 1B Dream House Election Bldg. Studio Apt. ____________ My House Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 ORIGINAL Dream House Election Bldg. Studio Apt. ____________ My House Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 To NAWI

81 Rule N – Example 1 The example shall be tallied as an over vote, and not a valid vote for any candidate.

82 Rule O – Write-in: Not Eligible A write-in vote for a race that does not appear on the ballot, and is for a race on which the voter was not eligible to vote, and shall not be counted. Exception to Rule O: –Provisional Ballots – If a provisional ballot has been cast and the voter has written in an office or measure that is not on the ballot, that vote shall be counted if it is determined, based on the voter’s registration, that he or she is eligible to vote for that office or measure.

83 Rule O – Example 1 Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 1 Safari Ballot Code: 15 Leg Dist: 1 Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ Lion Tiger Cheetah ____________ Gorilla Monkey Orangutan ____________ Hippopotamus Rhinoceros Elephant ____________ Python Boa Komodo ____________ ORIGINAL Feline Representative District 1, Position #1 Reptile Representative District 1, Position #1 Ape Representative District 1, Position #1 Oversized District 1, Position #3 Feline Representative District 1, Position #3 Ape Representative District 1, Position #1 Reptile Representative District 1, Position #1 Oversized District 1, Position #3

84 Rule O – Example 1 The voter has written in a vote for a race that did not appear on the ballot. This voter is not eligible to vote in Reptile Representative, District 3, and the vote for that race shall not be counted. All other votes on this ballot are valid an shall be counted.

85 Rule P – Write-in: Vote in the Wrong Place A write-in vote for a race appearing elsewhere on the ballot shall be counted as a valid vote, as long as all other requirements are fulfilled and the office, position number, and political party, if applicable, are clearly indicated.

86 Rule P – Example 1 Oranges Apples Pineapples ____________ ORIGINAL Oranges Apples Pineapples ____________ Fruit Basket Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 Fruit Basket Ballot Code: 3 Leg Dist: 4 Pears Juice District 12

87 Rule P – Example 1 The voter has written in for a race that is already on the ballot, but in a different location. This should count as a valid vote for “Pears”.

88 Rule Q – Messy Marks When otherwise valid votes marked in a target area partially extend into the response area, it shall be counted as a vote if most of the mark is in the target area and intent can easily be discerned.

89 Rule Q – Example 1 Barn Yard Shampoo Chopped Garlic ____________ ORIGINAL Barn Yard Shampoo Chopped Garlic ____________ Smelly Smells Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77 Smelly Smells Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

90 Rule Q – Example 1 The example is a valid vote for “Shampoo”, even though the marks partially extend into another target area. –Note: This is often call of judgment and should be viewed by a supervisor prior to duplication.

91 Rule R – Pattern of Partisan Voting Voter intent in any single contest shall not be determined based on a pattern of partisan voting on the ballot. Exception: FWABs in certain circumstances.

92 Rule S – Anything Else Voter intent on any questionable marks not explicitly falling within the parameters of the rules in this manual must be determined by county canvassing boards, operating under all applicable laws of the state of Washington and the rules of their canvassing board manual. Where more than one rule may apply, the County Canvassing Board has authority to determine which rule is most appropriate.

93 Multiple Choice If a voter makes a consistent mark throughout the whole ballot, but only places some of the marks in the target area, which votes will be counted? A) A) Only the votes in the target area. B) B) Every Vote Counts C) C) No Votes Count

94 True or False This is not considered an over-vote but is a vote for the candidate as written. A) B) False True John Able Dave Jones Molly Holt ____________

95 Multiple Choice The following is a vote for: A) A) Leg Warmers. B) B) Spandex C) C) None of the Above Leg Warmers Spandex Dress Socks ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

96 Fill in the blank When the marks made on a ballot get smaller with each race, this is a sign of. All marks in the target area should be counted. Voter Fatigue

97 True or False This is considered a mystery write-in and should be counted as a valid write-in vote. A) B) True False Polar Bear Penguin Walrus ____________

98 True or False These are all examples of voter corrections, and should not be counted as votes for any candidate. A) B) Peter Pan Captain Hook The Alligator ____________ Peter Pan Captain Hook The Alligator ____________ Peter Pan Captain Hook The Alligator ____________ True False

99 Multiple Choice The following is a vote for: A) Mickey. B) Donald C) Goofy D) All of the Above Mickey Donald Goofy ____________ Wigwam Ballot Code: 13 Leg Dist: 77

100 Multiple Choice Circle the correct duplicate ballot:

101 True or False This is not considered a vote. A) B) True False Polar Bear Penguin Walrus ____________ None of the above


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