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Section 17-6-47

Blank forms and stationery for election.

The judge of probate for each county shall have printed, at the expense of the county, ballots, blank poll lists, certificates of results, oaths, and any other stationery or blank forms necessary in the conduct of an election. The judge of probate shall also superintend and insure the delivery by the sheriff to the inspectors of the election of the ballots, blank poll lists, certificates of results, oaths, and other stationery or blank forms necessary in the conduct of the elections.

(Code 1907, §406; Code 1923, §496; Code 1940, T. 17, §186; §17-8-44; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §33.)
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