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12-1-1      Elections to which title applies.
12-1-1.1      Laws applicable to election of county officers.
12-1-2      Application to local elections.
12-1-2.1      Option to adopt campaign finance law .
12-1-3      Definition of terms used in title.
12-1-3.1      Alternative political status defined.
12-1-4      Criteria for determining voting residence.
12-1-5      State board created--Members--Terms--Vacancies--Oath.
12-1-6      Per diem and expenses.
12-1-7      Assistance by secretary of state's office.
12-1-7.1      Repealed.
12-1-8      Legal assistance to board.
12-1-9      Rule-making power of board.
12-1-10      Recommendations to secretary of state.
12-1-11      Costs paid by county--Exception for local elections.
12-1-12      Political party office prohibited in county courthouse.
12-1-13      Challenge to petition signatures--Time for filing.
12-1-14      Verification of petition signatures--Written declaration as to validity.
12-1-15      Notification of candidate or sponsor if petition declared invalid.
12-1-16      Other legal remedies to challenge petition not precluded.
12-1-17      Computation of time allowed for election notice or filing.
12-1-18      Time when petition may be circulated.
12-1-19, 12-1-20. Repealed.
12-1-21      Complaints filed under the Help America Vote Act.
12-1-22      Arbitration of complaints under Help America Vote Act--Appointment of arbitrator--Time for resolution.
12-1-23      Time and place of hearing--Notice to parties.
12-1-24      Subpoena issued by arbitrator--Service and enforcement.
12-1-25      Depositions permitted by arbitrators--Compelling testimony.
12-1-26      Evidence presented by parties--Cross-examination.
12-1-27      Adjournment or postponement of hearing--Failure of party to appear.
12-1-28      Issuance of resolution--Delivery to parties.
12-1-29      Payment of expenses of proceedings.
12-1-30      Grounds to vacate resolution--New arbitrator.
12-1-31      Invalid candidacy on nominating petition--Vacancy after primary election.
12-1-32      Registered sex offenders prohibited from circulating petitions--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-1-33      Exception for registered sex offender circulating petition under supervision.
12-1-34      Exception for registered sex offender circulating nominating petition on his or her own behalf.
12-1-35      Secretary of state to examine nominating petitions for statewide office for compliance.
12-1-36      Verification of signatures on nominating petitions by random sampling.
12-1-37      Certification of sufficient or insufficient number of signatures based on random sampling .
12-1-38      Circuit court challenge not affected by random sampling.
12-1-39      Availability of petition to public.

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