4-122. Lists of nomination; publication of by board of elections. 1. The county board of elections shall publish, at least six days before an election, a list containing the name of every candidate for public office to be voted for within its jurisdiction at such election.
2. The candidates for the office of presidential electors shall, in the list in subdivision one of this section, only be described as a specific number of such electors, nominated to support the party candidates, naming them, for the office of president and vice-president.
3. The list described in subdivision one of this section shall be published at least once in not less than two nor more than four newspapers in the county. In a county containing a city, at least one such publication shall be in a daily newspaper published in a city therein, if there be such a newspaper. In the case of a village election held at a time other than the time of a general election, such publication shall be in a newspaper having general circulation in such village. So far as is consistent with this section, one such newspaper shall represent each of the major political parties. Should the board of elections find it impossible to make such publication six days before election it shall make it at the earliest possible day thereafter before the election.
Last modified: February 3, 2019