#Election2019 FAQ: How many ballot papers will I get?

File: Under the system – designed to ensure inclusivity in the run up to the first democratic elections in 1994 – voters vote for party lists selected by the parties.

File: What you need to know regarding the issuing of ballot papers.

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JOHANNESBURG - Here's what you need to know regarding the issuing of ballot papers as the 2019 national and provincial election looms.

Q: How many ballot papers will I get?

A: Once at the voting station, each voter will get two ballot papers, one for the national vote and one for the provincial vote. You will need to make a mark next to one party on the national ballot paper and a mark next to your party of choice on the provincial ballot paper. 

Registered to vote? Check your registration status here

Note: Information provided by the Independent Electoral Commission.

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