Returning-officer



noun, British.
1.
a public official appointed to conduct and preside at an election.
returning officer
noun
1.
(in Britain, Canada, Australia, etc) an official in charge of conducting an election in a constituency or electoral district, who supervises the counting of votes and announces the results

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