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Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter13

Section 17-13-1 "Primary election" defined.
Section 17-13-2 Applicability of chapter; applicability of general election laws to primary elections.
Section 17-13-3 Time and place for holding primary elections.
Section 17-13-4 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-13-5 Filing of declaration of candidacy; certification of names of candidates; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates.
Section 17-13-6 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-13-7 Persons entitled to vote; voter to certify political party preference by signing poll list.
Section 17-13-8 Ballots, stationery, and supplies; pledge printed on ballot; spoiling of ballot.
Section 17-13-9 Duty of judge of probate to furnish and deliver election supplies.
Section 17-13-10 Ballots to be secret and inviolate.
Section 17-13-11 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-13-12 Returning officers.
Section 17-13-13 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-13-14 Counting of ballots; materials to be sealed; delivery and retention of materials; posting of certificate of result.
Section 17-13-15 When voted ballots container and records of election container may be opened.
Section 17-13-16 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-13-17 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-13-18 Candidate with majority of votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-13-19 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-13-20 Determination of majority of votes cast.
Section 17-13-21 Tie votes.
Section 17-13-22 Certification of nominees to judge of probate after second primary.
Section 17-13-23 Filling of vacancies in nominations.
Section 17-13-24 Voting more than once.
Section 17-13-25 Changing or altering returns of primary elections.
Section 17-13-26 Additional duties of sheriff, chief of police, etc.
Section 17-13-40 "Political party" defined.
Section 17-13-41 Determination of total vote of political party.
Section 17-13-42 Political parties may elect whether to participate in primary elections.
Section 17-13-43 Selection of delegates to national conventions by political parties.
Section 17-13-44 Party committees for state and political subdivisions.
Section 17-13-45 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-13-46 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-13-47 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-13-48 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-13-49 State and other conventions.
Section 17-13-50 Party meetings to nominate candidates, select delegates, party officers, etc.
Section 17-13-51 Applicability of Sections 17-13-50 and 17-17-50.
Section 17-13-52 Certificate of nomination by convention, mass meeting, etc.
Section 17-13-70 Time for contesting generally; hearing.
Section 17-13-71 Grounds.
Section 17-13-72 Effect of contest on declared nomination.
Section 17-13-73 Certification of candidate in case of contest.
Section 17-13-74 Summoning witnesses and production of documents.
Section 17-13-75 Witnesses - Testifying as to vote.
Section 17-13-76 Witnesses - Oaths; summoning witnesses; expenses.
Section 17-13-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-13-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-13-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-13-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-13-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chair of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-13-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-13-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-13-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-13-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-13-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-13-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-13-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-13-89 Commissioners to take testimony.
Section 17-13-100 When held; reimbursement of county.
Section 17-13-101 Applicability of Section 17-9-3 and this chapter.
Section 17-13-102 Petition requirements.
Section 17-13-103 Filing fee.
Section 17-13-104 Notice to candidate of qualification; withdrawal by candidate.
Section 17-13-105 Political party to file resolution with Secretary of State.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter13

Section 17-13-1 "Primary election" defined.
Section 17-13-2 Applicability of chapter; applicability of general election laws to primary elections.
Section 17-13-3 Time and place for holding primary elections.
Section 17-13-4 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-13-5 Filing of declaration of candidacy; certification of names of candidates; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates.
Section 17-13-6 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-13-7 Persons entitled to vote; voter to certify political party preference by signing poll list.
Section 17-13-8 Ballots, stationery, and supplies; pledge printed on ballot; spoiling of ballot.
Section 17-13-9 Duty of judge of probate to furnish and deliver election supplies.
Section 17-13-10 Ballots to be secret and inviolate.
Section 17-13-11 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-13-12 Returning officers.
Section 17-13-13 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-13-14 Counting of ballots; materials to be sealed; delivery and retention of materials; posting of certificate of result.
Section 17-13-15 When voted ballots container and records of election container may be opened.
Section 17-13-16 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-13-17 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-13-18 Candidate with majority of votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-13-19 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-13-20 Determination of majority of votes cast.
Section 17-13-21 Tie votes.
Section 17-13-22 Certification of nominees to judge of probate after second primary.
Section 17-13-23 Filling of vacancies in nominations.
Section 17-13-24 Voting more than once.
Section 17-13-25 Changing or altering returns of primary elections.
Section 17-13-26 Additional duties of sheriff, chief of police, etc.
Section 17-13-40 "Political party" defined.
Section 17-13-41 Determination of total vote of political party.
Section 17-13-42 Political parties may elect whether to participate in primary elections.
Section 17-13-43 Selection of delegates to national conventions by political parties.
Section 17-13-44 Party committees for state and political subdivisions.
Section 17-13-45 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-13-46 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-13-47 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-13-48 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-13-49 State and other conventions.
Section 17-13-50 Party meetings to nominate candidates, select delegates, party officers, etc.
Section 17-13-51 Applicability of Sections 17-13-50 and 17-17-50.
Section 17-13-52 Certificate of nomination by convention, mass meeting, etc.
Section 17-13-70 Time for contesting generally; hearing.
Section 17-13-71 Grounds.
Section 17-13-72 Effect of contest on declared nomination.
Section 17-13-73 Certification of candidate in case of contest.
Section 17-13-74 Summoning witnesses and production of documents.
Section 17-13-75 Witnesses - Testifying as to vote.
Section 17-13-76 Witnesses - Oaths; summoning witnesses; expenses.
Section 17-13-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-13-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-13-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-13-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-13-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chair of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-13-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-13-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-13-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-13-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-13-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-13-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-13-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-13-89 Commissioners to take testimony.
Section 17-13-100 When held; reimbursement of county.
Section 17-13-101 Applicability of Section 17-9-3 and this chapter.
Section 17-13-102 Petition requirements.
Section 17-13-103 Filing fee.
Section 17-13-104 Notice to candidate of qualification; withdrawal by candidate.
Section 17-13-105 Political party to file resolution with Secretary of State.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter13

Section 17-13-1 "Primary election" defined.
Section 17-13-2 Applicability of chapter; applicability of general election laws to primary elections.
Section 17-13-3 Time and place for holding primary elections.
Section 17-13-4 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-13-5 Filing of declaration of candidacy; certification of names of candidates; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates.
Section 17-13-6 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-13-7 Persons entitled to vote; voter to certify political party preference by signing poll list.
Section 17-13-8 Ballots, stationery, and supplies; pledge printed on ballot; spoiling of ballot.
Section 17-13-9 Duty of judge of probate to furnish and deliver election supplies.
Section 17-13-10 Ballots to be secret and inviolate.
Section 17-13-11 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-13-12 Returning officers.
Section 17-13-13 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-13-14 Counting of ballots; materials to be sealed; delivery and retention of materials; posting of certificate of result.
Section 17-13-15 When voted ballots container and records of election container may be opened.
Section 17-13-16 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-13-17 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-13-18 Candidate with majority of votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-13-19 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-13-20 Determination of majority of votes cast.
Section 17-13-21 Tie votes.
Section 17-13-22 Certification of nominees to judge of probate after second primary.
Section 17-13-23 Filling of vacancies in nominations.
Section 17-13-24 Voting more than once.
Section 17-13-25 Changing or altering returns of primary elections.
Section 17-13-26 Additional duties of sheriff, chief of police, etc.
Section 17-13-40 "Political party" defined.
Section 17-13-41 Determination of total vote of political party.
Section 17-13-42 Political parties may elect whether to participate in primary elections.
Section 17-13-43 Selection of delegates to national conventions by political parties.
Section 17-13-44 Party committees for state and political subdivisions.
Section 17-13-45 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-13-46 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-13-47 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-13-48 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-13-49 State and other conventions.
Section 17-13-50 Party meetings to nominate candidates, select delegates, party officers, etc.
Section 17-13-51 Applicability of Sections 17-13-50 and 17-17-50.
Section 17-13-52 Certificate of nomination by convention, mass meeting, etc.
Section 17-13-70 Time for contesting generally; hearing.
Section 17-13-71 Grounds.
Section 17-13-72 Effect of contest on declared nomination.
Section 17-13-73 Certification of candidate in case of contest.
Section 17-13-74 Summoning witnesses and production of documents.
Section 17-13-75 Witnesses - Testifying as to vote.
Section 17-13-76 Witnesses - Oaths; summoning witnesses; expenses.
Section 17-13-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-13-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-13-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-13-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-13-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chair of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-13-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-13-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-13-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-13-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-13-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-13-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-13-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-13-89 Commissioners to take testimony.
Section 17-13-100 When held; reimbursement of county.
Section 17-13-101 Applicability of Section 17-9-3 and this chapter.
Section 17-13-102 Petition requirements.
Section 17-13-103 Filing fee.
Section 17-13-104 Notice to candidate of qualification; withdrawal by candidate.
Section 17-13-105 Political party to file resolution with Secretary of State.

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