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Section 17-13-16

Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.

The counting of the ballots having been completed, the results shall be publicly proclaimed. Separate certificates for each of the political parties entering the primary and the results of the election shall be drawn up by the inspector and clerks at each and every voting place, which shall contain all matters and things provided for in the law regulating general elections. The certificates shall be signed by the election workers; one copy of the same shall be forthwith posted in a conspicuous place at such voting place, one copy shall be transmitted to the chair of the county executive committee of each of the political parties in the primary, at such place as the county executive committee of the county shall designate at which to receive such returns, and another copy shall be transmitted to the chairs of the state executive committees of the political parties participating in the primary.

(Acts 1975, No. 1196, p. 2349, §30; §17-16-34; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §59.)
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