To arrange a vote the voters shall for each kind of election they wish to participate in
1. take one ballot paper,
2. insert the ballot paper into a vote envelope without folding it, and
3. seal the vote envelope.
Voters who wish to cast a vote for a specific person shall, on the ballot paper, mark this in the special space for a personal vote shown beside the candidate that they would prefer to see elected.
If a voter enters a candidate on a ballot paper for a party that has not registered its party denomination or notified candidates according to Chapter 2, the voter shall be deemed to have cast a personal vote for the candidate. If several candidates have been entered on such a ballot paper, the voter shall be deemed to have cast a personal vote for the first candidate.
Ballot papers and vote envelopes may not be furnished with unauthorised marks.