General Laws of Massachusetts - Chapter 50 General Provisions Relative to Primaries, Caucuses and Elections.
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- Massachusetts General Laws - Day of election in cities - Chapter 50, Section 3
All elections in cities which by charter or statute are to be held on a Monday shall be held on the following Tuesday.
- Massachusetts General Laws - Written acceptance of candidates - Chapter 50, Section 3A
Wherever the written acceptance of a candidate upon a nomination paper or a signature and place of residence of the person filing the same is...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Computation of time; filing - Chapter 50, Section 4
In computing the period of time prescribed in any statute relating to primaries, caucuses or elections, Sundays and holidays shall generally be included; but when...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Posting of lists; notices; and copies of laws - Chapter 50, Section 5
All lists, notices and copies of laws relating to primaries or elections, required to be posted, shall be posted at the same places with the...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Laws relating particularly to any city or town - Chapter 50, Section 6
Laws from time to time in force relating particularly to any city or town shall prevail where they are in conflict with the provisions of...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Vacancies in elective offices caused by retirement; notice - Chapter 50, Section 6A
If an elected state, city, or town officer is to be retired on or before the next regular election by reason of superannuation before the...
Power of City or Town Clerks to Make Regulations.
Presumption of Regularity in Criminal Cases.
Last modified: March 17, 2010