1. The electors shall present themselves before the electoral office; indicate their number in the register of electors and their name, while showing the president their identity card, if they have one.
2. If they do not have their identity card, the electors will be identified by any other document with an up-to-date photograph and which is generally used for identification purposes, by two electing citizens who certify the elector’s identity under oath, or also by being unanimously recognized by the members of the electoral office.
3. Having recognized the elector, the chief electoral officer will read out aloud the elector’s number on the register of electors and his/her name, and will give him/her a ballot paper, upon confirmation of the register.
4. The elector will then enter alone in the polling booth located in the polling station, and, being there, will draw a cross in the box corresponding to the list s/he is voting for, and fold the paper twice.
5. Returning to the ballot table, the elector shall return the ballot paper to the chief electoral officer, who will insert it into the ballot box, while the tellers tick off the vote, initialing the registers of electors in the appropriate column and on the row corresponding to the elector's name.
6. If the elector spoils the ballot paper by accident, s/he must ask the chief electoral officer for another one, handing back the first one. The chief electoral officer will write on the returned ballot paper a note stating that it has been rendered unusable, initial it and keep it for the purposes of no. 7 of article 95.