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Session Laws, 1912
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8 LAWS OF MARYLAWD. [Ch. 2]

legislative district, Congressional, city, or State conventions,
and all members of managing bodies in said political parties,
in and for Baltimore City and the several counties of the State,
and all precinct, ward, city and county executives, or executive
committees, whenever the political party usage provided for
such executive committee or any of the same, by means of pri-
mary elections, conducted under and in accordance with the pro-
visions of this act, and not otherwise, except as herein provided,
and the several Boards of Supervisors of Elections shall not
print on the official ballot to be voted at any general or special
election to be hereafter held the name or names of any such
candidate or candidates for election in Baltimore City or any
of the counties of the State of any of said parties who shall not
be so nominated, and whose nomination shall not be certified to
them, or to the Secretary of State, as having been so nominated.

Provided, that the provisions of this sub-title requiring the
nomination of candidates by direct vote shall not apply to the
nomination of such candidates for county offices, State Senate,
and members of the House of Delegates in the counties of How-
ard, Washington, Worcester and Wicomico, except as herein-
after provided; but such candidates shall be selected by a county
convention, delegates to which shall be selected in all respects
as provided for in this sub-title, and the nomination of such
candidates by such convention shall be duly certified by the
chairman and secretary of such convention to the Board of
Election Supervisors of said county, and it shall be the duty of
said supervisors to place the name of such candidates upon the
official ballot in the manner prescribed by the General Ejection
Laws of this State.

All such candidates for such office, and all such delegates,
managing bodies, executives and executive committees shall be
nominated, selected and chosen by the direct vote of the duly
registered voters belonging to or acting with such parties,
respectively, in every precinct, ward, councilmanic, legislative,
congressional, judicial or other election district in Baltimore
City, and also in the several counties of the State of Maryland,
respectively, and in each and every election precinct and elec-
tion district of each of said counties of the State of Maryland,
respectively, it being the intent and purpose of this act that all
such candidates for public office, all delegates to such party
conventions and all managing bodies, executives or executive
committees of any such political party, whenever the political
party usage provides for such executives or executive commit-
tees, shall be nominated as aforesaid, by the direct vote of the

 

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