The Chair is expected to seek to appoint at least two Caucus participants to serve as Teller.
The law does not specify the manner of voting on contested matters and elections at Precinct Caucuses other than prescribing that “voting” must be conducted by secret ballot.
Accordingly, Caucus participants must vote by secret ballot if there is more than one candidate running for a position or if there are more candidates running for a position than there are seats. In which case Tellers, if any, will pass out ballots, collect them, tabulate the results and announce the results for to the Precinct Caucus.
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