PLANILLA

English translation: ticket

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Spanish term or phrase:PLANILLA
English translation:ticket
Entered by: Juan Arturo Carbajal Manjarrez

19:46 May 2, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Law
Spanish term or phrase: PLANILLA
"La eleccción de los integrantes del comité en cita se llevará a cabo dentro del perímetro de (nombre de residencial, en asamblea pública, por medio del voto universal, libre, secreto y directo de los asociados que cuenten con credencial de elector y acrediten vecindad efectiva en el citado fracccionamiento, de cuando menos seis meses antes de la conformación del comité."

Planilla, en este caso, es parecido a "partido político". Un candidato pertenece a determinada planilla (planilla roja, planilla azul, etc.)
Juan Arturo Carbajal Manjarrez
Mexico
Local time: 18:36
ticket
Explanation:
Phil's right, the word you are querying is not in the text you cited. Nevertheless, I'm fairly certain this is what you are looking for:

Ticket (election)
A ticket refers to a single election choice which fills more than one political office or seat. For example, in the U.S., the candidates for President and Vice President run on the same "ticket", because they are elected together on a single ballot question rather than separately.
A ticket can also refer to a political party. In this case, the candidates for a given party are said to be running on the party's ticket. "Straight party voting" (most common in some U.S. states) is voting for the entire party ticket, including every office for which the party has a candidate running. Particularly in the era of mechanical voting machines, it was possible to accomplish this in many jurisdictions by the use of a "party lever" which automatically cast a vote for each member of the party by the activation of a single lever. Ticket Splitters are people who vote for candidates from more than one political party when they vote for public offices, voting on the basis of individual personalities and records instead of on the basis of party loyalties.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ticket_(election)

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Note added at 2 hrs (2018-05-02 21:49:19 GMT)
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Desalentador el resultado de la jornada electoral del pasado domingo. Muy pocos habitantes de la CDMX se enteraron de que había elecciones de Comités Ciudadanos y consulta para el Presupuesto Participativo. El resultado fue una baja participación en las urnas con el agravante de que muchos de los pocos ciudadanos que si votaron, fueron acarreados por los partidos, los líderes sociales, los delegados y otros funcionarios del gobierno de la CDMX.

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El acarreo evidente pero nunca sancionado

En la delegación Cuauhtémoc se documentó que miles de adultos mayores fueron llevados en microbuses, camioneras y combis a votar por planillas previamente definidas. Muchos de ellos no sabían cómo votar por internet, pero previamente habían solicitado una clave para poder hacerlo con smartphones con acceso a la red. Tampoco sabían de qué se trataba la elección. “No sé para qué es, a mí me mandaron”, decía uno de los votantes.

Integrantes de la planilla 3 de la colonia rastrearon a los acarreados. En las colonias Juárez, Centro, Condesa y Peralvillo, integrantes de la organización de ambulantes Pro Diana –perteneciente a las filas del PRI– daban 200 pesos por voto.

http://www.piensoluegovoto.mx/pocos-votantes-y-muchos-acarre...
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Robert Carter
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Local time: 18:36
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ticket


Explanation:
Phil's right, the word you are querying is not in the text you cited. Nevertheless, I'm fairly certain this is what you are looking for:

Ticket (election)
A ticket refers to a single election choice which fills more than one political office or seat. For example, in the U.S., the candidates for President and Vice President run on the same "ticket", because they are elected together on a single ballot question rather than separately.
A ticket can also refer to a political party. In this case, the candidates for a given party are said to be running on the party's ticket. "Straight party voting" (most common in some U.S. states) is voting for the entire party ticket, including every office for which the party has a candidate running. Particularly in the era of mechanical voting machines, it was possible to accomplish this in many jurisdictions by the use of a "party lever" which automatically cast a vote for each member of the party by the activation of a single lever. Ticket Splitters are people who vote for candidates from more than one political party when they vote for public offices, voting on the basis of individual personalities and records instead of on the basis of party loyalties.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ticket_(election)

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Note added at 2 hrs (2018-05-02 21:49:19 GMT)
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Desalentador el resultado de la jornada electoral del pasado domingo. Muy pocos habitantes de la CDMX se enteraron de que había elecciones de Comités Ciudadanos y consulta para el Presupuesto Participativo. El resultado fue una baja participación en las urnas con el agravante de que muchos de los pocos ciudadanos que si votaron, fueron acarreados por los partidos, los líderes sociales, los delegados y otros funcionarios del gobierno de la CDMX.

...
El acarreo evidente pero nunca sancionado

En la delegación Cuauhtémoc se documentó que miles de adultos mayores fueron llevados en microbuses, camioneras y combis a votar por planillas previamente definidas. Muchos de ellos no sabían cómo votar por internet, pero previamente habían solicitado una clave para poder hacerlo con smartphones con acceso a la red. Tampoco sabían de qué se trataba la elección. “No sé para qué es, a mí me mandaron”, decía uno de los votantes.

Integrantes de la planilla 3 de la colonia rastrearon a los acarreados. En las colonias Juárez, Centro, Condesa y Peralvillo, integrantes de la organización de ambulantes Pro Diana –perteneciente a las filas del PRI– daban 200 pesos por voto.

http://www.piensoluegovoto.mx/pocos-votantes-y-muchos-acarre...

Robert Carter
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neutral  philgoddard: The thing is, I'm not sure if this is a political committee. Couldn't residencial mean an apartment block? That's why I'm waiting for more context.
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  -> I think it's probably for a "comité ciudadano", which are supposed to be non-political, however, the reality is somewhat different (isn't it always?). A relative of mine was on one of these. I'll post a link in the discussion.
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