Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 34
ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 14
UNIFORM DISTRICT ELECTION LAW
34-1404.  Declaration of candidacy. Candidates for election in any political subdivision shall be nominated by nominating petitions, each of which shall bear the name of the nominee, the office for which the nomination is made, the term for which nomination is made, bear the signature of not less than five (5) electors of the candidate’s specific zone or district of the political subdivision, and be filed with the clerk of the political subdivision. The form of the nominating petition shall be as provided by the county clerk and shall be uniform for all political subdivisions. For an election to be held on the third Tuesday in May, in even-numbered years, the nomination petition shall be filed during the period specified in section 34-704, Idaho Code. The clerk of the political subdivision shall verify the qualifications of the nominees and shall, no more than seven (7) days after the close of filing, certify the nominees to be placed on the ballot of the political subdivision. For an election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, in even-numbered years, the nomination shall be filed on or before September 1. The clerk of the political subdivision shall verify the qualifications of the nominees and shall, not later than seven (7) days after the close of filing, certify the nominees to be placed on the ballot of the political subdivisions. For all other elections, the nomination shall be filed not later than 5:00 p.m. on the ninth Friday preceding the election for which the nomination is made. The clerk of the political subdivision shall verify the qualifications of the nominee and shall, not more than seven (7) days following the filing, certify the nominees to be placed on the ballot of the political subdivision.

History:
[34-1404, added 1993, ch. 313, sec. 8, p. 1161; am. 2009, ch. 341, sec. 60, p. 1033; am. 2010, ch. 185, sec. 10, p. 388; am. 2011, ch. 11, sec. 16, p. 33; am. 2014, ch. 162, sec. 3, p. 457.]


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