12-5 POLITICAL PARTIES AND PARTY AFFAIRS
POLITICAL PARTIES AND PARTY AFFAIRS
Organization and dissolution of political party.
Party constitution or bylaws required--Filing with secretary of state.
Notice to county auditors of party rules affecting elections
Nominating petitions of new party primary candidates.
Organization and dissolution of political party without candidate for United
States Senate, United States House of Representatives, Governor, or Legislature.
Reward prohibited--Violation as misdemeanor.
Precinct officials elected at primary.
12-5-3 to 12-5-3.5.
Selection of method of allocating national convention vote.
Certification of candidates or slates for primary--Placement on ballot--Selection
process without primary.
Certification of candidates or slates by state chairperson--Mandamus to compel
Primary election of national convention delegates and alternates--Grouping of
names on nominating petition--Statement of preference.
Preference of first nominating petition filed--One slate per candidate--Petitions
rejected for noncompliance--Verified notice of disapproval filed by designated
candidate removes slate from ballot.
Election of all delegates by slate receiving most votes.
Notice by candidates or supporters of intention to enter presidential primary.
State board to adopt rules.
Certification of names of national convention nominees for President and
Statement filed by candidates for precinct committee--Time of filing--Contents.
Unopposed candidate for precinct committee automatically elected.
12-5-5 to 12-5-7.
Furnishing to precincts of ballots for precinct committee--Form prescribed by
Votes for precinct committee restricted to nominees.
Precinct committeemen elected by plurality at primary--Term of office.
County central committee--Composition--Organization--Certification of party
Vacancies filled by county central committee--Exception.
Biennial state convention--Time and place--Notice to secretary of state.
Voting by delegates to state convention.
Nomination of state candidates not voted on at primary--Presidential electors
and national committee members.
Majority required for nomination by convention--Certification to secretary of
, 12-5-24. Repealed.