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returning officer in Voting topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreturning officerreˈturning ˌofficer noun [countable]  PPVthe official in each town or area of Britain who arranges an election to Parliament and announces the result
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returning officerAs the Lord Mayor Albert was also returning officer on the night and so was the first to see the result.As many as 20 people died in polling-related incidents, and the returning officer was forced to suspend voting in eight stations.But then at 11.10, there was the result being read out, live, by the Torbay returning officer.