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Section 17-17-10

Notice of ineligibility for appointing board; serving on board when ineligible.

Any judge of probate who shall fail to certify to the clerk of the circuit court the fact of the candidacy of the judge of probate, the clerk of the circuit court, or the sheriff, thus rendering them ineligible to serve as members of the appointing board of election managers, in the manner and time he or she is required to so certify such fact under the election laws of this state, shall be guilty , upon conviction, of a violation.

Any judge of probate, sheriff, or circuit clerk who shall act as a member of the appointing board of election managers while a candidate for public office, shall be guilty, upon conviction, of a violation

(Code 1907, §§349, 6812, 6813; Code 1923, §§439, 3930, 3931; Code 1940, T. 17, §§122, 325, 326; §17-6-3; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §87.)
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