Definition of Indiana ballot
: an Australian ballot upon which the names of candidates are placed in separate columns according to their party affiliations with the party name and sometimes emblem at the top of each column —called also party-column ballot — compare massachusetts ballot office-block ballot
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Origin and Etymology of indiana ballot
so called from its adoption by Indiana in 1889
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