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John Prentiss Poe. Supplement to the Maryland Code of 1904..., 1906
Volume 394, Page 58   View pdf image (33K)
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58 . ELECTIONS. [ART. 33.

tion shall be published two days before said election, in the
mode prescribed in section 48 of said article 33, as far as
practicable; it shall not be necessary to print sample ballots
or cards of instruction for such elections, but either or both
shall be printed by the board of. supervisors of elections of
the city of Baltimore or counties of the State, respectively,
when requested by any candidate or delegate, said request
to be accompanied by a sum of money necessary to cover
the cost of printing; each candidate for nomination for public
office at a primary election shall pay the sum of twenty-five
dollars, and each delegation to a nominating convention shall
pay the sum of five dollars upon filing their certificate with
the supervisors of elections, and the said board of super-
visors shall pay over the amount so received to the mayor and
city council of Baltimore city and the county commissioners
of each county, and all the expenses of holding said elections
shall be paid by the mayor and city council of Baltimore
and the county commissioners, respectively, precisely as the
expenses of State, city and county elections are now paid
under existing law. If such nominations are to be made by
conventions, as hereinbefore provided, every candidate having
complied with the pre-requisites shall have the privilege of
having his name placed on the official ballot, before the name
of that set of delegates selected by him or running in his
interest, and every vote cast for said candidate by marking in
the square opposite his name, in the manner and form pro-
vided by this article, shall be construed and counted for his
entire set of delegates, unless there is a mark opposite any
name in his set of delegates, in which event only those names
in that particular set of delegates marked in the square oppo-
site shall be counted as having been voted [for]. Whenever the
name of any candidate is so placed upon the ballot, the candi-
date's surname shall determine his place upon the alphabetical
arrangement as hereinbefore provided in this article upon said
ballot, and the names of his delegates shall follow immediately
after his name in such order as submitted to the board of
supervisors of elections. Ballots shall be cast, counted and
canvassed, and the result of the election announced and certi-
fied, as now provided by said article 33, for elections held there-
under, and the said elections shall be held and conducted in
the manner and form provided by this article for general elec-
tions, and subject to all the regulations, requirements and pro-


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