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Reasons for deletion include but are not limited to violation of copyright, content that does not belong in an encyclopedia, content not verifiable in a reliable source, and unreferenced negative content in biographies of living persons.
Deletion of a Ballotpedia article removes the current version and all previous versions from view. Unlike page blanking, which can be performed (or reverted) by any user, deletion can be performed only by administrators. Administrators can also view deleted pages and reverse ("undelete") any deletion. All such actions are logged.
Reasons for deletion
Reasons for deletion include, but are not limited to, the following:
Some articles or some content are so obviously vandalism or clearly amount to a bad faith edit that they should just be removed when noticed by any administrator/sysops who notices them.
Proposing articles for deletion
An article can also be proposed for deletion. A link to the article should be left there, along with some idea of why an editor thinks it should be deleted. Articles can also be added to the Category:Articles nominated for deletion.
How to block
See: Help:Blocking users