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13-7-30Information regarding school elections to be provided in school board minutes.

For the most recent annual school election conducted in each school district as provided in § 13-7-10, each school board shall provide in the school board minutes the following information:

(1)    The number of registered voters of the school district on the date voter registration closes;

(2)    The number of registered voters of the school district who voted in the election;

(3)    The percentage of registered voters of the school district who voted in the election; and

(4)    If the election was held in conjunction with a regular municipal election as provided in § 13-7-10.1 or with the regular June primary as provided in § 13-7-10.3.

If the annual election was not conducted because there was neither a contested vacancy on the school board nor any question submitted to the voters, the school board shall provide that information in the school board minutes.

Source: SL 2018, ch 91, § 1.

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