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AGO Opinions with Topic: FORMATION OF NEW PRECINCTS
AGO 1954 No. 203 >  February 11, 1954
PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN - QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE - TIE VOTE - COUNTY CHAIRMAN - FILLING OF VACANCIES - FORMATION OF NEW PRECINCTS - CENTRAL COMMITTEE'S POWERS OF SELF-GOVERNMENT
PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN ‑- QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE ‑- TIE VOTE ‑- COUNTY CHAIRMAN ‑- FILLING OF VACANCIES ‑- FORMATION OF NEW PRECINCTS ‑- CENTRAL COMMITTEE'S POWERS OF SELF-GOVERNMENT 1.  (a)  A person who has filed for the office of precinct committeeman and has received highest vote is entitled to a certificate of election from the county auditor. (b)  When there is no filing for the office of precinct committeeman, but one person receives the highest number of write‑in votes, such person is entitled to a certificate of election. (c)  In case of a tie vote for the office of precinct committeeman, the county auditor shall determine by lot which candidate shall be declared elected.
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