Today is the polling day for the nine-in-one election. There were 10 security incidents at the polling stations in Taoyuan City, of which 2 were found not to be illegal by the Election Supervisory Committee, and the rest were fined.
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[Reporter Chen Enhui/Taoyuan Report] On the polling day of the nine-in-one general election, there were 10 cases of election violations in Taoyuan City, distributed in Taoyuan, Zhongli, Pingzhen, Bade, and Guanyin districts. Among them, 6 people intentionally Sri Lanka destroyed the ballot, 1 person took the ballot out of the venue, 1 person entered the polling station with a mobile device that was not turned off, and other violations of the election strike law. Illegal; and the first public security incident in the city occurred at 9:25 in the morning. The 82-year-old Chen woman in Pingzhen District took the referendum out of the venue. The last incident occurred at 3:34 in the afternoon. It was discovered when the mayoral ballot was torn up and wanted to be reclaimed.
An 82-year-old Chen woman from Pingzhen District went to the polling station No. 1050, Section 1, Yanping Road, Pingzhen District at 9:25 am. After the meeting, according to the violation of the referendum law, a report was filled out, and the patrol network of the Beishi Police Station of the Taoshi Police Ping Town Branch found Mrs. Chen at 10:15 a.m. and brought her back to the police station to make a record of violating the referendum law.
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A 40-year-old Chinese spouse with the naturalized surname Liao in Guanyin District went to the polling station No. 1335 in Guanyin District at 9:42 am. Since it was the first time to vote, she mistook the candidate who wanted to tear off the ballot and put it in the ballot. Therefore, put in the 3 ballots for the mayor, city councilor and district chief that were circled. After being processed by the election supervision team of the Election Committee, they will be handed over to Xinpo Police Station of Taoshi Police Dayuan Sub-bureau at 10:18 a.m. for recording. .
When a 72-year-old man surnamed Qiu in Bade District went to the polling station No. 389 in Bade District at 11:00 a.m., he entered with a mobile phone that had not been powered off or muted. The strike notice will be notified to the Election Commission to deal with violations of the election strike law.
A 58-year-old woman surnamed Qiu in Taoyuan District received her referendum ballot at No. 165 polling office in Taoyuan District at 11:55 a.m., and accidentally tore up the referendum ballot due to mental illness. The Election Supervisor investigated. Ms. Qiu has been busy with her mother’s funeral. Only mistakes will be made, and the collected information will be sent to the Election Committee for discretion.
A 75-year-old woman surnamed Jiang from Zhongli District went to the polling station at No. 882, Liuhe Road, Zhongli District at 1 p.m. because she did not want to receive the referendum ballot, she tore up the referendum ballot with her bare hands. After the chief administrator confirmed the administrative penalty on the spot, she notified the election supervision team Send staff to the scene to report violations, and will then notify the Election Commission for sanctions for violations of the referendum law.
A 42-year-old man surnamed Li from Zhongli District was at the polling station No. 904 on Qihe 1st Street, Zhongli District at 2:30 p.m., because the personal information of the city councilor could not be confirmed on the spot, so he tore up the councilor’s ballot with his bare hands, and was confirmed by the chief administrator on the spot For administrative punishment, the election supervision team has been notified to send personnel to the scene to report violations, and the Election Commission will be notified later to adjudicate the violation of the election and removal of public officials.
A 46-year-old man surnamed Li from Zhongli District was at the voting office at No. 822, Huandongdong Road, Zhongli District at 3:00 p.m. When he voted, he misused his private seal to stamp the ballots for the mayor and councilors, and tore up the ballots he wanted to get a new one on the spot. It was preliminarily confirmed by the officials on the spot that it was torn by mistake, and the election supervisory committee was notified to come to the scene to determine that it would be punished as a violation of the law on the election and recall of public officials.
A 46-year-old man surnamed Lu from Guanyin District was found at the polling office at No. 1356, Yixin Road, Guanyin District at 3:34 p.m., after tearing up the mayor’s ballot due to a wrong stamp, he tried to collect it again from the chief administrator, but was found to be wrong. Torn up, the election supervisory committee members came to the scene and determined that it would be punished as a violation of the law on the election and recall of public officials.
In addition, a 53-year-old woman surnamed Kuang in Taoyuan District collected her ballots at the polling station at No. 130, Zhongzheng Road, Taoyuan District at 1:20 p.m. He also informed the chief administrator to take back the ballots, and ordered him to leave after the election supervisor judged that there was no violation of the law on the spot.
A 68-year-old woman surnamed Zhan in Taoyuan District was at the polling station at No. 69 Ciwen Road, Taoyuan District at 1:40 p.m. After receiving the mayor’s ballot, she made a mistake and wanted to change it because it was too fast. She accidentally punctured the ballot with her saliva As the chief administrator was unable to judge the ballot, the election commissioner came to the scene and determined that the mayor's vote was invalid, and the people were allowed to leave without punishment.