(1) At the organizational meeting of the state central committee:
(a) The officers of the retiring state central committee shall deliver to the newly elected committee the property, records and funds owned or controlled by the retiring committee.
(b) The committee shall elect a chairperson, vice chairperson and other officers the committee considers necessary. The persons elected to the offices need not be members of the state central committee. The committee shall determine the term of each office.
(c) The committee shall adopt, amend or repeal bylaws or rules for the government of the state central committee.
(2) At any meeting of the state central committee, the committee, by bylaw or resolution, may select an executive committee and delegate powers to it. The persons selected as the executive committee need not be members of the state central committee. In no event may the central committee delegate, or the executive committee exercise, the power to elect a person to fill a vacancy in state committee offices. However, the central committee may provide in its bylaws for the appointment by the executive committee of a temporary officer to fill a vacancy. [1965 c.407 §14; 1975 c.779 §11; 1979 c.190 §86]Section: Previous 248.057 248.060 248.070 248.071 248.072 248.075 248.080 248.085 248.090 248.095 248.100 248.110 248.120 248.130 248.140 Next
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