Arizona Revised Statutes § 48-3016 Notice Of Election; Polling Places; Election Judges

48-3016. Notice of election; polling places; election judges

A. Fifteen days before a district election, the district secretary shall:

1. Cause a notice or notices to be posted in each division:

(a) Giving the time and place of holding the election.

(b) Specifying the polling places of each division or a central polling place for the district, which may be the district's business office.

2. Post a general notice of the election in the office of the district.

B. Prior to the time for posting notices, the board of directors shall appoint three registered voters of this state to be election judges at each polling place and shall designate one judge at each polling place to act as clerk and one to act as inspector. If the board fails to appoint the election judges or the persons appointed do not attend the opening of the polls on the morning of the election, the electors who are present at the opening hour stated in the notice may appoint the judges or appoint another person in place of an absent judge.

C. At the election the board of directors shall provide the judges with necessary election supplies, including ballots.

D. In all elections, each election judge, before opening the polls, shall take and subscribe an oath to perform faithfully the duties imposed by law. Any general elector of the district may administer and certify the oath.

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