The polling cards issued by the Elections Department arrive in the post minus the list of names of the candidates. The average voter does not know how many candidates are contesting in a particular electorate, and the number allocated to each candidate of the each party.
The Elections Department should staple the lists to the polling cards sent to each household. If the lists don’t reach the voters, why bother to print the lists in the first place?
The Commissioner of Elections and the Post Master General should ensure that we receive both the lists and the polling cards. Over to you, Post Master General and and the Elections Commissioner.
A.Y. L. U.