ELECTIONS - SPECIAL - COUNCIL - MANAGER FORM OF GOVERNMENT
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ELECTIONS - VALIDITY - ABSENCE OF BALLOTS - SPECIAL - WHEN HELD - WATER DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS
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ELECTIONS - SPECIAL - ROAD AND BRIDGE BOND AUTHORIZATION
ELECTIONS ‑- SPECIAL ‑- ROAD AND BRIDGE BOND AUTHORIZATION A road and bridge bond proposal may be submitted to the voters at a special election in conjunction with the primary election.