Jewett's Manual for Election Officers and Voters in the State of New York ...

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Freehorn G. Jewett, Melvin Thomas Bender, Harold Jay Hinman
M. Bender & Company, 1917 - Election law

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Contents

ARTICLE 4
31
CoNTENTs
33
Designations how made
34
Filing of designations
37
Certification by secretary of state
38
Delegates to national party conventions
39
Presidential electors
40
Contests judicial review
41
Emblems Repealed
44
Official primary ballot
45
ARTICLE
48
Qualifications of voters at official primaries
49
Challenges at official primary elections
50
Primary districts officers and polling places
51
Notice of official primaries
52
Restrictions as to places of primaries
53
78a Primary pollclerks and pollbooks in cities of over one mil
54
lion inhabitants
54
Delivery of ballots and manner of voting
57
83 Persons within the guardrail 84 Watchers challengers electioneering
58
Canvass of votes
59
125
61
Proclamation and statement of result
62
Preservation of ballots
63
Filling vacancies and determination of tie vote after primaries
65
Party nominations for special elections and to fill certain vacancies
66
Penalty for violation
68
ARTICLE 5
73
Independent nominations
74
122
75
Independent certificates of nomination
77
486
82
Emblems
87
Conflict in names or emblems
88
Supplying omitted emblems 78m 127 Place of filing independent certificates of nomination
93
Times of filing independent certificates of nomination 780
95
129
69
Certification of nomination by secretary of state 78q 130 Publication of nominations
70
Lists for town clerks and aldermen
71
Posting town and village nominations 78t 133 Declination of nomination
72
Objections to certificates of nomination
72
Filling vacancies in nominations
72
Certificates of new nominations
72
137
72
330
72
Salaries of commissioners of elections
108
Recommendations for appointment of commissioners of elections
109
50
110
Appointment of employees
111
Duty of police to aid board of elections
112
Disposition of registers and unused ballots
113
Filing statement of canvass tally sheets and poll books
114
Office hours rules and regulations of board of elections
115
209a Article not applicable to Oneida and Broome counties powers and duties of county clerks in such counties defined
116
ARTICLE 7A Commissioner of Elections in the County of Monroe Section 210 Commissioner of elections for Monroe county
118
Appointment qualifications and removal of commissioner
119
Office for commissioner
121
Custody of records
122
Purchase of supplies including voting machines expenses of commissioner
123
Apportionment of expenses
124
Publication of notices
125
Constructidn of article
126
ARTICLE 7B Commissioner of Elections in the County of Niagara Section 225 Commissioner of elections for Niagara county
127
Office for commissioner
130
Notices 130a 232 Filing papers general powers and duties of commissioner 130a 233 Purchase of supplies including voting machines expenses of co...
130
Apportionment of expenses 130b
130
Publication of notices 130c 236 Polling places election districts et cetera 130c 237 Voting machines 130c
130
Construction of article 130d
130
Examination of voting machine
216
Adoption of voting machine
217
Payment for machines
218
Number of official ballots
219
Instruction of election officers
220
Instruction of voters before election
221
Unofficial ballots
222
Irregular ballots
223
Manner of voting
224
and preserving the record of the machine
226
opening counter compartment
227
Proviion for recanvass of vote
228
Application of other articles and penal law 220a
228
418 when ballot clerks not to be elected 229 b 419 Number of voters in election districts 220 b 420 Definitions
230
Saving clause
231
ARTICLE 12
232
Correction of clerical errors in election district statements
235
110 subd 1
237
ARTICLE 13
248
489
251
Aid by prirate persons and publio officers
254
Reports by police and certain departments
260
Authority of state superintendent of elections 261e
261
ARTICLE 15
262
Official war ballots
264
Official envelopes for war ballots
265
Delivery of official war ballots poll books and envelopes 2
266
Opening of the polls
267
Conduct of elections
268
Count of the votes
269
Returns not to be rejected because of informality of election
270
Canvass by inspectors of election
272
Canvass by state ooard
273
Elections may be contested
274
ARTICLE 16
275
Personal expenses defined
276
Treasurer of political committee
277
Statement of campaign receipts and payments
278
Campaign contributions to be under true name of contributor 278a 548 Filing and preserving statements 278
278
Who may maintain proceedings 278b 552 Undertaking for costa 278b
278
Time within which proceeding must be brought
279
Laws repealed
282
110 subd 2
287
Constitutional Provisions Concerning Elections and Elective Ofcers
289
PART 3
308
U S Statutes Provisions concerning Elections Elective Officers
317
Presidentinl elections
328
Federal baturalization laws
344
The elective franchise
349
PART 4
353
Concessional districts
365
Enameration of the inhabitants of the state
372
Judicial districts
380
Short title and definitions
403
State County and City Elective Officers
417
Miscellaneous provisions of Town Law 481466
481
List to be furnished if required by the superintendent
484
Miscellaneous provisions of Willage Law 40748
496
General Construction Law
507
Act To Prescribe Rules For Construction Of Consolidated Laws
516
403
569
106
587
Sealing statements 208
595
Delivery and filing of papers in the county of Erie 211
604
Destruction of books records and papers relating to the elec tions 214 d
613
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632
Card lists of registered electors 2612
633

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