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John Prentiss Poe. Supplement to the Maryland Code of 1904..., 1906
Volume 394, Page 59   View pdf image (33K)
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visions as prescribed by this article for general elections, in so
far as the same are applicable to said primary elections. Chal-
lengers and watchers representing the candidates shall be
allowed to be present at the several voting places during the
voting and counting of the ballots, as provided in said article
33. As many different sets of official ballots shall be printed
and supplied at each polling place, and as many ballot-boxes
shall be used at each polling place as there are separate party
nominations to be voted for; and to prevent voters belonging
to or acting with one political party from inadvertently or
intentionally casting their ballot for the candidates for nomina-
tion or election as delegates to any nominating convention of
any other party, the ballots of the several parties shall be
printed upon paper of different colors; and until after the
next general registration, every person offering to vote shall be
required to state to which party he belongs, and which party's
candidate he intends to vote for at the State, city or county
election, and he shall be supplied only with the official ballot
prepared for the candidates of such party, excepting as herein-
after provided for Baltimore city. As each voter's name shall
be entered in the poll books kept by the two clerks of election,
there shall be entered opposite his name the name of the party
whose candidate he votes for. The provisions all and singular,
of sections 37 to 115 of this article, both inclusive, and the
offenses defined and the penalties and punishments prescribed
therefor in said sections shall be fully applicable in all respects
to the same persons, matters, acts and omissions in connection
with or pertaining to the primary election held under this
article, sub-title " Primary Elections; " and said sections are
hereby made applicable to all primary elections provided for
and held hereunder; and any judge, clerk or other officer of
any primary election, or any voter or other person who would
be deemed guilty of any offense against the general election
law, or any provisions thereof, in a general election, who is
found guilty of the same offense in any primary election, as
herein provided for, shall be deemed guilty of the same crime of
which his offense is made to consist by and under the general
election law, and particularly under the above-mentioned sec-
tions thereof, and shall be liable to the same punishment or
penalty as is prescribed for such offense by the general elec-
tion law or by any of said sections thereof; provided, that
none of the provisions of this section relating to the holding


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