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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13050-13062



13050.  After the authorization of a district board by the board of
supervisors, a general district election shall be held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in November in odd-numbered years,
commencing with the first odd-numbered year following the formation
of the district board.



13050.5.  Except as otherwise provided in this division, districts
governed by this division are subject to the provisions of the
Uniform District Election Law.



13051.  A special election may be called by the board to be held at
any time.


13052.  The hours during which the polls shall be opened at any
special district election shall be as established by the board.



13053.  Notices of elections shall be given as nearly as practicable
in accordance with the general laws regarding notices of county
election.


13058.  Each voter, as defined in Section 13019, shall have one
vote.


13060.  In the first district board election the two candidates
receiving the highest number of votes shall be elected for four
years, the candidates which are elected receiving the third and
fourth highest number of votes shall be elected for two years. After
the first district board election the term of office of all district
board members, except for the supervisorial member, shall be four
years, or until the election or appointment and qualification of his
successor.


13062.  A majority of the votes cast shall be required to approve a
proposition.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 13050-13062

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13050-13062



13050.  After the authorization of a district board by the board of
supervisors, a general district election shall be held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in November in odd-numbered years,
commencing with the first odd-numbered year following the formation
of the district board.



13050.5.  Except as otherwise provided in this division, districts
governed by this division are subject to the provisions of the
Uniform District Election Law.



13051.  A special election may be called by the board to be held at
any time.


13052.  The hours during which the polls shall be opened at any
special district election shall be as established by the board.



13053.  Notices of elections shall be given as nearly as practicable
in accordance with the general laws regarding notices of county
election.


13058.  Each voter, as defined in Section 13019, shall have one
vote.


13060.  In the first district board election the two candidates
receiving the highest number of votes shall be elected for four
years, the candidates which are elected receiving the third and
fourth highest number of votes shall be elected for two years. After
the first district board election the term of office of all district
board members, except for the supervisorial member, shall be four
years, or until the election or appointment and qualification of his
successor.


13062.  A majority of the votes cast shall be required to approve a
proposition.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 13050-13062

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13050-13062



13050.  After the authorization of a district board by the board of
supervisors, a general district election shall be held on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in November in odd-numbered years,
commencing with the first odd-numbered year following the formation
of the district board.



13050.5.  Except as otherwise provided in this division, districts
governed by this division are subject to the provisions of the
Uniform District Election Law.



13051.  A special election may be called by the board to be held at
any time.


13052.  The hours during which the polls shall be opened at any
special district election shall be as established by the board.



13053.  Notices of elections shall be given as nearly as practicable
in accordance with the general laws regarding notices of county
election.


13058.  Each voter, as defined in Section 13019, shall have one
vote.


13060.  In the first district board election the two candidates
receiving the highest number of votes shall be elected for four
years, the candidates which are elected receiving the third and
fourth highest number of votes shall be elected for two years. After
the first district board election the term of office of all district
board members, except for the supervisorial member, shall be four
years, or until the election or appointment and qualification of his
successor.


13062.  A majority of the votes cast shall be required to approve a
proposition.


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