Ballots issued by the Chief Election Officer as to Territorial elections are official ballots. The Chief Election Officer, where paper or other type of ballots are used, shall have printed sufficient copies of each of the official ballots to be used in the various districts so that at least 1 copy can be posted for each voting district. These copies will have printed across their face in large bold letters, and with ink of a color contrasting to the color of the paper used, the word “Specimen”. The copies of the specimen ballots shall be forwarded to the district officials with the official ballots. The district officials shall post the specimen ballots near the entrance to the voting place where they may be easily seen by the qualified electors prior to voting.History: 1977, PL 15-42 § 1.