25-302. Same; caucus or convention by parties not authorized to participate in primary. Any recognized political party except those authorized to participate in a primary election pursuant to K.S.A. 25-202, and amendments thereto, may by means of a delegate or mass convention or caucus of qualified voters belonging to such party for the state or municipality, or any lawfully organized portion of either, for which such convention or caucus is held, nominate one person for each office that is to be filled therein at the next ensuing election, and, subject to the provisions of this act, file a certificate of such nominations so made. A convention or caucus for nominating persons for national, state, district, or county offices shall be called by the state chairperson of the party, or if there be no state chairperson by the party's candidate for governor at the preceding general election.
Every such certificate shall be signed by the presiding officer and a secretary of the convention or caucus making such nominations. In each case the persons signing the certificates shall add to their signatures their places of residence, and shall make and subscribe an oath that, to the best of their knowledge and belief, such certificates and the statements therein made are true; and a certificate that such oath has been taken and administered shall be made and signed on such certificate of nomination by the officer before whom the same was taken.
History: L. 1893, ch. 78, § 4; L. 1897, ch. 129, § 4; L. 1901, ch. 177, § 2; R.S. 1923, 25-302; L. 1955, ch. 204, § 1; L. 1984, ch. 137, § 2; April 5.