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Section 17-6-32

Party emblem - Use when party is divided.

When there is a division of any political party and each faction claims the party emblem, the judge of probate shall at once certify the fact to the chair of the state executive committee of that party, who shall within 10 days notify the judge of probate which ticket is entitled to the party emblem, and the judge of probate shall be governed by the decision of the chair, whereupon the other factions may file with the judge of probate an emblem to be used in that election only.

(Code 1907, §377; Code 1923, §467; Code 1940, T. 17, §152; §17-8-9; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §33.)
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