Which Write-In Votes are Tallied?

According to KGBC 5.30.040 (a), Write-in votes are only tallied if:

(1)    If the person running as a write-in candidate has, at least before 5:00 p.m. of the day before the election, filed a declaration of write-in candidacy on a form provided by the clerk stating that they are willing to assume the office if elected and have also filed a completed public officials financial disclosure statement with the borough clerk; or

(2)    If the total number of write-in votes for an office exceeds the smallest number of votes cast for a candidate for that office whose name is printed on the ballot.

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1. Who may vote in a Borough election?
2. How do I get ready to vote?
3. How can I register to vote?
4. Can I plan ahead and request a ballot ahead of time?
5. How do I vote in person for a Borough Election?
6. What if I am housebound or need help voting?
7. Where do I vote?
8. How do I vote for a Write-In Candidate?
9. Which Write-In Votes are Tallied?
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