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AGO 1958 No. 210 >  July 17, 1958
ELECTIONS - BALLOTS - NAME OF CANDIDATE OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTIES - AUTHORITY OF COUNTY AUDITOR TO REJECT A DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY
ELECTIONS ‑- BALLOTS ‑- NAME OF CANDIDATE OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTIES ‑- AUTHORITY OF COUNTY AUDITOR TO REJECT A DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY (1)  A candidate, in filing for office, has the right to have printed on the ballot any name by which he is commonly known in the community.  (2)  A county auditor has no authority to reject a declaration of candidacy.
AGO 1959 No. 89 >  December 11, 1959
ELECTIONS - BALLOTS - AUTHORITY OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO PLACE TWO INCONSISTENT PROPOSITIONS RELATING TO FORMATION OF A NEW PORT DISTRICT AND ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY TO ANOTHER PORT DISTRICT ON THE SAME BALLOT
ELECTIONS - BALLOTS - AUTHORITY OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO PLACE TWO INCONSISTENT PROPOSITIONS RELATING TO FORMATION OF A NEW PORT DISTRICT AND ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY TO ANOTHER PORT DISTRICT ON... Two propositions, one for annexing territory to a port district and another inconsistent one for the formation of a new port district consisting of the same territory may be placed on the same ballot at a general election.  However, care should be taken that the voters be restricted to voting affirmatively for only one of the measures.
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