A ballot form is a piece of paper on which voters record their choices in the voting process. After they have completed the form, it is turned into voting officials who total the vote counts.
Information found on a ballot form includes the names of individuals running for a particular official position. Changes in laws for local or federal statutes are done with ballots, as are referendums. Local communities use votes to decide the uses of taxes, such as a school's extracurricular activities or road repairs. Other information on ballots includes how the form was completed and if assistance was needed.