New Brunswick Model

This figure is a flow chart of the New Brunswick model, which is similar to the re-engineered model except that it includes a tabulation machine. The diagram shows the flow of the seven possible steps that an elector can take at a polling site. Most steps highlight the title of the election officers involved at that step and the tasks they carry out. The diagram also lists the title and tasks of the poll supervisor.

Step 1. Elector arrives at the polling site

At this step, constables:

Step 2A. Elector with a correct voter information card moves to the strike-off table

At this step, voters list officers:

Step 2B. Elector without a correct voter information card moves to the revision table

At this step, poll revision officers:


Step 3. After Step 2A or 2B, elector moves to the constable (or, optionally, election officer)

At this step, constables:

Step 4. Elector moves to the ballot-issuing officer

At this step, ballot-issuing officers:

Step 5. Elector marks the ballot

Step 6. Elector moves to the tabulation machine officer

At this step, tabulation machine officers:

Step 7. Elector exits the polling site

The poll supervisor: