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To be counted in the election, an absentee ballot by mail must be postmarked on or before election day and be received by the Borough Clerk no later than the Tuesday following the election. Absentee ballot envelopes received after the Canvass Board has completed absentee ballot counting shall not be opened, but shall be marked “invalid” with the date of receipt noted thereon. Such envelopes shall be retained with the other election records and destroyed with them as provided by the Borough Clerk’s records retention schedule. Absentee ballot envelopes and other required documents shall be examined by the Canvass Board that shall determine whether the absentee voter is qualified to vote at the election and whether the ballot has been properly cast. (Ord. 2016-40 § 34, 2016; Ord. 2004-45 § 2, 2004. 2004 Code § 2.12.610.)