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Session Laws, 1912
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the question opposite and all such cross-lines shall be of uni-
form size and color on each ballot. If the candidate is named
for the same office on two or more certificates of nomination,
his name shall be printed on the ballot but once. The names
of candidates for the office of Electors of President and Vice-
President of the United States shall be arranged in groups, as
presented in the several certificates of nomination papers, and
the several groups, shall be arranged in the alphabetical order
of the surnames of the candidates for President in the city of
Baltimore and in the several counties respectively. If candi-
dates' for Presidential Electors are nominated at large and
for the several Congressional Districts, the names and places of
the residence of the candidates at large shall be put at the head
of each group, and the name of the other candidates, with their
places of residence, including the members of the Congressional
Districts in which they reside, shall follow in numerical order.
The surname of the candidates of each political party for .the
office of President and Vice-President shall be placed above the
group of candidates for electors of such party. There shall be
left at the right of the surname of the candidates for President
and Vice-President so formed as to include both names and
to the right of the name of each elector a sufficient clear square
in which each voter may designate, by a cross (X), his choice
for electors. All candidates for office shall, as far as possible,
be placed in one column, but where the names to be printed
upon the ticket are over thirty-six, then another column shall
be added in which names shall be printed, and when two or
more columns are used the same number of names shall, as far
as possible, be printed in each column and the initial letter of
the given or Christian names-of the several candidates in each
column shall be printed directly beneath each other in a verti-
cal line. A Constitutional Amendment or any question to be
submitted to the popular vote shall be printed in the same
column with the names of the candidates. This section shall
apply to Worcester, Somerset, Talbot, Kent, Dorchester, Prince
George's, Charles, St. Mary's, Calvert, Anne Arundel and
Queen Anne's counties.

SEC. 2. And! be it enacted, That this act shall take effect
from the date of its passage.

Approved January 9th, 1912.


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