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and, if it shall appear that the majority

of the votes cast on any such measure were

cast in favor thereof, the Governor shall

by his proclamation declare the same hav-

ing received a majority of the votes to have

been adopted by the people of Maryland as

a part of the laws of the State, to take

effect thirty days after such election, and

in like manner and with like effect the

Governor shall proclaim the result of the

local election as to any Public Local Law

which shall have been submitted to the

voters of any County or of the City of


Sec. 6. No law or Constitutional Amend-

See Sections 2.10-2.14, beginning at p. 111.

ment, licensing, regulating, prohibiting, or

submitting to local option, the manufacture

or sale of malt or spirituous liquors, shall

be referred or repealed under any Act of

the provisions of this Article.



Section 1. All State officers elected by

Section 2.08. General Elections.

qualified voters (except judges of the

A general election shall be held in every

Circuit Courts, judges of the Supreme
Bench of Baltimore City, judges of the

even-numbered year on the first Tuesday after
the first Monday in November. State officers

Court of Appeals and judges of any inter-

shall be elected at the general election in

mediate courts of appeal), and all county
officers elected by qualified voters, shall hold
office for terms of four years, and until
their successors shall qualify.

1970 and every fourth year thereafter, except
that judges may be elected in any even-num-
bered year. County officers shall be elected at
the same time as state officers unless other-

Sec. 2. Elections by qualified voters

wise prescribed by the General Assembly by

for State and county officers shall be held

law or by the instrument of government of a

on the Tuesday next after the first Monday

county. If members of any public body serve

of November, in the year nineteen hundred

overlapping terms, an election may be held

and twenty-six, and on the same day in

every two years for those members then to

every fourth year thereafter.

be elected.

Sec. 3. All State and county officers

elected by the qualified voters shall hold

office for terms of four years.

Sec. 4. AH officers to be appointed by

See Section 4.30, Terms of Office, p. 17.

the Governor shall hold office for the terms

fixed by law. All officers appointed by

County Commissioners shall hold office for

terms of four years, unless otherwise duly

changed by law.

Sec. 5. Vacant.

Sec. 6. Vacant.

Sec. 7. Vacant.



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