Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 34
ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 12
CANVASS OF VOTES
34-1214.  Certificates of nomination or election to federal, state, district or nonpartisan offices after primary. (1) Immediately after the primary election canvass, the secretary of state shall issue certificates of nomination to the political party candidates of each party who receive the highest number of votes for their particular federal, state or district office. The candidates so certified shall have their names placed on the general election ballot.
(2)  Immediately after the primary election canvass, the secretary of state shall issue certificates of nomination to the nonpartisan candidate or candidates who receive the highest number of votes for the number of vacancies which are to be filled for a particular office and also to the same number of candidates who receive the second highest number of votes for the particular office. The candidates so certified shall have their names placed on the general election ballot. If it appears from the canvass that a particular candidate has received a majority of the total vote cast for the particular office, he shall be issued a certificate of election instead of a certificate of nomination and no candidates shall run for the particular office in the general election.

History:
[34-1214, added 1970, ch. 140, sec. 198, p. 351.]


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