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Session Laws, 1995
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Ch. 514

1995 LAWS OF MARYLAND

(2)      THREE TWO MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF MARYLAND, WITH
REPRESENTATION FROM BOTH MAJOR POLITICAL PARTIES,
APPOINTED BY THE
PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE AND ONE MEMBER OF THE SENATE APPOINTED BY THE
MINORITY LEADER OF THE SENATE; AND,

(3)      SEVEN FIVE SEVEN INDIVIDUALS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR
REFLECTING THE DEMOGRAPHIC MAKEUP OF THE STATE AND AT LEAST TWO OF
WHOM ARE MEMBERS OF THE MINORITY PARTY TWO INDIVIDUALS APPOINTED BY
THE GOVERNOR FROM A LIST OF FIVE NAMES SUBMITTED BY THE CHAIRPERSON OF
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
, INCLUDING AT LEAST TWO MEMBERS OF THE MINORITY
PARTY
.

(C)     THE GOVERNOR SHALL DESIGNATE THE CHAIRMAN OF THE TASK FORCE.

(D)     (1) THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE SHALL PROVIDE
STAFF FOR THE TASK FORCE.

(2) THE STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF ELECTION LAW LAWS AND
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SHALL PROVIDE ASSISTANCE AND ADVICE TO THE TASK
FORCE AS REQUESTED BY THE TASK FORCE.

(E)     A MEMBER OF THE TASK FORCE:

(1)      MAY NOT RECEIVE COMPENSATION FOR SERVING ON THE TASK
FORCE; BUT

(2)      IS ENTITLED TO REIMBURSEMENT FOR EXPENSES UNDER THE
STANDARD STATE TRAVEL REGULATIONS, AS PROVIDED IN THE STATE BUDGET.

(F)      THE TASK FORCE SHALL:

(1)      REVIEW THE RULES, REGULATIONS, AND PROCEDURES OF THE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF ELECTION LAW LAWS AND THE VARIOUS
BOARDS OF ELECTION SUPERVISORS, IN PARTICULAR THE MANNER IN WHICH
THOSE PROCEDURES WERE CARRIED OUT DURING THE 1994 GUBERNATORIAL
GENERAL ELECTION;

(2)      REVIEW THE LAW RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS,
INCLUDING A REVIEW OF THE PROCEDURES RELATED TO VOTING BY ABSENTEE
BALLOT AND WHETHER THERE SHOULD BE UNIFORM STATEWIDE PROCEDURES
FOR THE CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS AND FOR VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT;

(3)      CONSULT OUTSIDE AUTHORITIES REGARDING THE CONDUCT OF
ELECTIONS;

(4)      RECEIVE OTHER TESTIMONY THAT THE TASK FORCE CONSIDERS
APPROPRIATE; AND

(5)      DEVELOP ANY RECOMMENDATIONS THAT IT CONSIDERS
APPROPRIATE FOR CHANGES IN STATUTES, REGULATIONS, ORGANIZATION, OR
PROCEDURES.

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