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2014 Statute

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25-209.Certification of candidates; publication notice of primary elections. As soon as possible after the filing deadline, the secretary of state shall certify to each county election officer the name and post-office address of each person who has filed valid nomination petitions or a declaration of intent to become a candidate for United States senator or representative or for state office, together with the designation of the office for which each is a candidate and the party or principle which the candidate represents.

The county election officer shall forthwith, upon receipt thereof, publish for three (3) consecutive weeks in the official paper, a notice which shall set forth under the proper party designation, the title of each national, state, county and township office any part of the district of which is in the county, the names and addresses of all persons certified by the secretary of state as candidates for any national or state office any part of the district of which is in the county and, in addition thereto, the names and addresses of all persons from whom valid nomination papers or declarations have been filed in the county election officer's office, giving the name and address of each, the day of the primary election, the hours during which the polls will be open and stating that the primary election will be held at the regular voting places. Where such voting places are not well established and customarily known the published notice herein provided for shall give the location of such voting places.

History: R.S. 1923, 25-209; L. 1968, ch. 406, § 72; L. 1973, ch. 153, § 12; L. 1978, ch. 135, § 2; L. 1979, ch. 105, § 2; July 1.

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