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Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter16

Section 17-16-1 Preservation of voted ballot containers and records of election containers; electronic voting specialists.
Section 17-16-2 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - "Expenses" defined.
Section 17-16-3 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Both federal or state and county offices.
Section 17-16-4 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Only federal or state offices.
Section 17-16-5 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments in general.
Section 17-16-6 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments affecting state as a whole.
Section 17-16-7 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Appropriation.
Section 17-16-8 Party committees for state and political subdivisions; state executive committees vested with party powers when local committees not established.
Section 17-16-9 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-16-10 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-16-11 Filing of declarations of candidacy by candidates; certification of names of candidates to Secretary of State and probate judges; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates not list
Section 17-16-12 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-16-13 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-16-14 Persons eligible to vote in primary elections; establishment of qualifications for voters; voters to sign pledge of party support in general election on poll lists.
Section 17-16-15 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-16-16 Assessment of unauthorized fees against candidates.
Section 17-16-17 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-16-18 Ballots, stationery and supplies; effect of change, mutilation, etc., by voter of pledge on ballot.
Section 17-16-19 Ballot boxes or voting machines; disposition of returns, certificates and lists of voters after canvass of votes.
Section 17-16-20 Recounts generally.
Section 17-16-21 Recount procedures.
Section 17-16-22 Duty of probate judge to furnish election supplies; delivery of election supplies.
Section 17-16-23 Challenge of voters - Duty of inspectors when voter's name not on official list of voters; affidavit by voter; certificate from probate judge entitles voter to vote without challe
Section 17-16-24 Challenge of voters - Marking of challenged ballots; disposition of affidavits of challenged voters.
Section 17-16-25 Ballots to be kept secret and inviolate; procedure for handling ballots by inspectors; delivery of sealed records to chairman of county executive committee; restrictions on opening of
Section 17-16-26 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-16-27 Assistance to illiterate or disabled voters.
Section 17-16-28 Unauthorized assistance to voter in preparation of ballot.
Section 17-16-29 Elector receiving unauthorized assistance, divulging vote, etc.
Section 17-16-30 Returning officers.
Section 17-16-31 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-16-32 Procedure for counting of ballots and returning results of election; posting of certificate of results at polling place.
Section 17-16-33 Disposition of ballot box after canvass of result; when ballot box may be opened by chairman of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-34 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-16-35 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-16-36 Candidate with majority votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-16-37 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-16-38 Determination of "majority" of votes cast.
Section 17-16-39 Tie votes.
Section 17-16-40 Grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-41 When election not annulled.
Section 17-16-42 Voter must answer as to qualifications.
Section 17-16-43 Either party may have copy of registration and poll lists.
Section 17-16-44 Jurisdiction in election contests; appeal.
Section 17-16-45 Examination of ballots, voting equipment, etc.
Section 17-16-46 Procedure for examination of ballots, voting machines, etc.; bond.
Section 17-16-47 Statement of grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-48 Notice of nature of evidence.
Section 17-16-49 When contest commenced; security for costs.
Section 17-16-50 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Filing.
Section 17-16-51 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Testimony.
Section 17-16-52 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Depositions returned.
Section 17-16-53 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Costs taxed.
Section 17-16-54 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Procedure generally.
Section 17-16-55 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Testimony; heard without jury.
Section 17-16-56 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Generally.
Section 17-16-57 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Court open at all times.
Section 17-16-58 Ballots may be examined.
Section 17-16-59 Judgment of court.
Section 17-16-60 Contest not abated by death of contestant.
Section 17-16-61 Appeals - Generally.
Section 17-16-62 Appeals - Costs.
Section 17-16-63 Statement - Filing; bond.
Section 17-16-64 Statement - Contents of statement; verification; service; amendments.
Section 17-16-65 Tried by joint convention of House and Senate.
Section 17-16-66 Commission elected to take testimony.
Section 17-16-67 Sitting of commission.
Section 17-16-68 Commission to take testimony.
Section 17-16-69 Notice to adverse party.
Section 17-16-70 Commission has power to punish for contempt.
Section 17-16-71 Evidence confined to allegations; exceptions.
Section 17-16-72 Each party entitled to be present.
Section 17-16-73 Commission to report conclusions and evidence.
Section 17-16-74 Compensation of witnesses.
Section 17-16-75 Sheriffs to serve commission's writs.
Section 17-16-76 Execution for costs.
Section 17-16-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-16-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-16-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-16-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-16-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chairman of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-16-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-16-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-16-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-16-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-16-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-16-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-16-89 Commissioners to take testimony.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter16

Section 17-16-1 Preservation of voted ballot containers and records of election containers; electronic voting specialists.
Section 17-16-2 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - "Expenses" defined.
Section 17-16-3 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Both federal or state and county offices.
Section 17-16-4 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Only federal or state offices.
Section 17-16-5 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments in general.
Section 17-16-6 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments affecting state as a whole.
Section 17-16-7 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Appropriation.
Section 17-16-8 Party committees for state and political subdivisions; state executive committees vested with party powers when local committees not established.
Section 17-16-9 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-16-10 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-16-11 Filing of declarations of candidacy by candidates; certification of names of candidates to Secretary of State and probate judges; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates not list
Section 17-16-12 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-16-13 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-16-14 Persons eligible to vote in primary elections; establishment of qualifications for voters; voters to sign pledge of party support in general election on poll lists.
Section 17-16-15 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-16-16 Assessment of unauthorized fees against candidates.
Section 17-16-17 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-16-18 Ballots, stationery and supplies; effect of change, mutilation, etc., by voter of pledge on ballot.
Section 17-16-19 Ballot boxes or voting machines; disposition of returns, certificates and lists of voters after canvass of votes.
Section 17-16-20 Recounts generally.
Section 17-16-21 Recount procedures.
Section 17-16-22 Duty of probate judge to furnish election supplies; delivery of election supplies.
Section 17-16-23 Challenge of voters - Duty of inspectors when voter's name not on official list of voters; affidavit by voter; certificate from probate judge entitles voter to vote without challe
Section 17-16-24 Challenge of voters - Marking of challenged ballots; disposition of affidavits of challenged voters.
Section 17-16-25 Ballots to be kept secret and inviolate; procedure for handling ballots by inspectors; delivery of sealed records to chairman of county executive committee; restrictions on opening of
Section 17-16-26 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-16-27 Assistance to illiterate or disabled voters.
Section 17-16-28 Unauthorized assistance to voter in preparation of ballot.
Section 17-16-29 Elector receiving unauthorized assistance, divulging vote, etc.
Section 17-16-30 Returning officers.
Section 17-16-31 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-16-32 Procedure for counting of ballots and returning results of election; posting of certificate of results at polling place.
Section 17-16-33 Disposition of ballot box after canvass of result; when ballot box may be opened by chairman of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-34 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-16-35 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-16-36 Candidate with majority votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-16-37 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-16-38 Determination of "majority" of votes cast.
Section 17-16-39 Tie votes.
Section 17-16-40 Grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-41 When election not annulled.
Section 17-16-42 Voter must answer as to qualifications.
Section 17-16-43 Either party may have copy of registration and poll lists.
Section 17-16-44 Jurisdiction in election contests; appeal.
Section 17-16-45 Examination of ballots, voting equipment, etc.
Section 17-16-46 Procedure for examination of ballots, voting machines, etc.; bond.
Section 17-16-47 Statement of grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-48 Notice of nature of evidence.
Section 17-16-49 When contest commenced; security for costs.
Section 17-16-50 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Filing.
Section 17-16-51 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Testimony.
Section 17-16-52 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Depositions returned.
Section 17-16-53 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Costs taxed.
Section 17-16-54 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Procedure generally.
Section 17-16-55 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Testimony; heard without jury.
Section 17-16-56 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Generally.
Section 17-16-57 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Court open at all times.
Section 17-16-58 Ballots may be examined.
Section 17-16-59 Judgment of court.
Section 17-16-60 Contest not abated by death of contestant.
Section 17-16-61 Appeals - Generally.
Section 17-16-62 Appeals - Costs.
Section 17-16-63 Statement - Filing; bond.
Section 17-16-64 Statement - Contents of statement; verification; service; amendments.
Section 17-16-65 Tried by joint convention of House and Senate.
Section 17-16-66 Commission elected to take testimony.
Section 17-16-67 Sitting of commission.
Section 17-16-68 Commission to take testimony.
Section 17-16-69 Notice to adverse party.
Section 17-16-70 Commission has power to punish for contempt.
Section 17-16-71 Evidence confined to allegations; exceptions.
Section 17-16-72 Each party entitled to be present.
Section 17-16-73 Commission to report conclusions and evidence.
Section 17-16-74 Compensation of witnesses.
Section 17-16-75 Sheriffs to serve commission's writs.
Section 17-16-76 Execution for costs.
Section 17-16-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-16-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-16-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-16-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-16-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chairman of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-16-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-16-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-16-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-16-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-16-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-16-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-16-89 Commissioners to take testimony.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title17 > Chapter16

Section 17-16-1 Preservation of voted ballot containers and records of election containers; electronic voting specialists.
Section 17-16-2 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - "Expenses" defined.
Section 17-16-3 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Both federal or state and county offices.
Section 17-16-4 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Only federal or state offices.
Section 17-16-5 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments in general.
Section 17-16-6 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Constitutional amendments affecting state as a whole.
Section 17-16-7 Reimbursing counties for election expenses - Appropriation.
Section 17-16-8 Party committees for state and political subdivisions; state executive committees vested with party powers when local committees not established.
Section 17-16-9 Provision for election of members of state executive committees.
Section 17-16-10 Payment of compensation of officers and other expenses of elections.
Section 17-16-11 Filing of declarations of candidacy by candidates; certification of names of candidates to Secretary of State and probate judges; preparation of ballots; unopposed candidates not list
Section 17-16-12 Only qualified candidates to be listed on ballots.
Section 17-16-13 Notice by governing body of political party of desire to enter primary.
Section 17-16-14 Persons eligible to vote in primary elections; establishment of qualifications for voters; voters to sign pledge of party support in general election on poll lists.
Section 17-16-15 Assessments and other qualifications for candidates for nomination.
Section 17-16-16 Assessment of unauthorized fees against candidates.
Section 17-16-17 Selection and appointment of officers to conduct elections.
Section 17-16-18 Ballots, stationery and supplies; effect of change, mutilation, etc., by voter of pledge on ballot.
Section 17-16-19 Ballot boxes or voting machines; disposition of returns, certificates and lists of voters after canvass of votes.
Section 17-16-20 Recounts generally.
Section 17-16-21 Recount procedures.
Section 17-16-22 Duty of probate judge to furnish election supplies; delivery of election supplies.
Section 17-16-23 Challenge of voters - Duty of inspectors when voter's name not on official list of voters; affidavit by voter; certificate from probate judge entitles voter to vote without challe
Section 17-16-24 Challenge of voters - Marking of challenged ballots; disposition of affidavits of challenged voters.
Section 17-16-25 Ballots to be kept secret and inviolate; procedure for handling ballots by inspectors; delivery of sealed records to chairman of county executive committee; restrictions on opening of
Section 17-16-26 Watchers at polls.
Section 17-16-27 Assistance to illiterate or disabled voters.
Section 17-16-28 Unauthorized assistance to voter in preparation of ballot.
Section 17-16-29 Elector receiving unauthorized assistance, divulging vote, etc.
Section 17-16-30 Returning officers.
Section 17-16-31 Counting of votes; results to be posted for public inspection.
Section 17-16-32 Procedure for counting of ballots and returning results of election; posting of certificate of results at polling place.
Section 17-16-33 Disposition of ballot box after canvass of result; when ballot box may be opened by chairman of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-34 Public proclamation of results of election; distribution of certificates of results.
Section 17-16-35 Canvass, tabulation, and declaration of results.
Section 17-16-36 Candidate with majority votes declared nominee of party; second primary election; certification of results.
Section 17-16-37 Procedure when one candidate declines to enter second primary.
Section 17-16-38 Determination of "majority" of votes cast.
Section 17-16-39 Tie votes.
Section 17-16-40 Grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-41 When election not annulled.
Section 17-16-42 Voter must answer as to qualifications.
Section 17-16-43 Either party may have copy of registration and poll lists.
Section 17-16-44 Jurisdiction in election contests; appeal.
Section 17-16-45 Examination of ballots, voting equipment, etc.
Section 17-16-46 Procedure for examination of ballots, voting machines, etc.; bond.
Section 17-16-47 Statement of grounds of contest.
Section 17-16-48 Notice of nature of evidence.
Section 17-16-49 When contest commenced; security for costs.
Section 17-16-50 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Filing.
Section 17-16-51 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Testimony.
Section 17-16-52 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Depositions returned.
Section 17-16-53 Contest of senator or representative in Legislature - Costs taxed.
Section 17-16-54 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Procedure generally.
Section 17-16-55 Contest of election of judge of circuit or district court - Testimony; heard without jury.
Section 17-16-56 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Generally.
Section 17-16-57 Contest of election of judge of probate court and other county and municipal officers - Court open at all times.
Section 17-16-58 Ballots may be examined.
Section 17-16-59 Judgment of court.
Section 17-16-60 Contest not abated by death of contestant.
Section 17-16-61 Appeals - Generally.
Section 17-16-62 Appeals - Costs.
Section 17-16-63 Statement - Filing; bond.
Section 17-16-64 Statement - Contents of statement; verification; service; amendments.
Section 17-16-65 Tried by joint convention of House and Senate.
Section 17-16-66 Commission elected to take testimony.
Section 17-16-67 Sitting of commission.
Section 17-16-68 Commission to take testimony.
Section 17-16-69 Notice to adverse party.
Section 17-16-70 Commission has power to punish for contempt.
Section 17-16-71 Evidence confined to allegations; exceptions.
Section 17-16-72 Each party entitled to be present.
Section 17-16-73 Commission to report conclusions and evidence.
Section 17-16-74 Compensation of witnesses.
Section 17-16-75 Sheriffs to serve commission's writs.
Section 17-16-76 Execution for costs.
Section 17-16-77 Registration lists to be furnished upon request.
Section 17-16-78 Statement by elector contesting election.
Section 17-16-79 Contestant to notify contestee of votes sought to be proved illegal.
Section 17-16-80 Contest of nomination to county office - Time and manner of commencement.
Section 17-16-81 Contest of nomination to county office - Duty of chairman of county executive committee in case of contest.
Section 17-16-82 Contest of nomination to county office - Appeals from decisions of county executive committee.
Section 17-16-83 Manner of commencing contest of nomination to office other than county office.
Section 17-16-84 Filing statements of contests; depositions; costs; service of process; contempt.
Section 17-16-85 Meeting of state executive committee.
Section 17-16-86 Declaration of result of contest.
Section 17-16-87 New primary in case contest cannot be decided.
Section 17-16-88 Power of state committee to provide rules of party procedure.
Section 17-16-89 Commissioners to take testimony.

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