Oklahoma Enabling ACT and Election Laws; Laws Governing Elections Extended to and Put in Force in the Indian Territory. Wilson's Revised and Annotated Statutes, [Secs. 1977-1978] with Acts and Amendments of 1905-6. REV. 1906

Oklahoma Enabling ACT and Election Laws; Laws Governing Elections Extended to and Put in Force in the Indian Territory. Wilson's Revised and Annotated Statutes, [Secs. 1977-1978] with Acts and Amendments of 1905-6. REV. 1906

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...TILATED BALLOT party or group of petitioners being placed in a column under the title and device of such party or petitioners as 'designated by them in their certificate or petition, or if none be 'designated, under. some suitable title or device. The name of no candidate shall be printed more than one place on such ballot, and in the event any candidate is nominated by more than one political party for the same ofiice, such candidate may elect under which title and device his name shall be printed, and notify the board of election commissioners of his decision ten days prior to the time for printing such ballots, and should any such candidate fail to make such election, the board of election commissioners shall decide under which design and title of the parties nominating such candidate that the name of such candidate shall be printed. The ballots shall be of uniform size and of the same quality and color of paper, and sufiiciently thick that the printing thereon cannot be distinguished from the back. All ballots prepared by the Territorial board of election commissioners shall be printed on red tinted paper and put up in blocks of one hundred each. All ballots prepared by the County board of election commissioners shall be printcd on white paper. If the same device for designating candidates be selected by two parties or groups of petitioners, it shall be given to the one which first selected it, and a suitable device shall be selected for the other. The arrangement of the ballot shall, in general, conform as nearly as possible to the plan and form set out in section two of this Act, and the device named and list of candidates of the republican party shall be placed in the first column on the left hand side of said ballot;...show more

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