Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 34
ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 2
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
34-215.  Appeals by aggrieved persons. (1) Any person adversely affected by any act or failure to act by the secretary of state or a county clerk under any election law, or by any order, rule, regulation, directive or instruction made under the authority of the secretary of state or of a county clerk under any election law, may appeal therefrom to the district court for the county in which the act or failure to act occurred or in which the order, rule, regulation, directive or instruction was made or in which such person resides.
(2)  Any party to the appeal proceedings in the district court under subsection (1) of this section may appeal from the decision of the district court to the supreme court.
(3)  The district courts and supreme court, in their discretion, may give such precedence on their dockets to appeals under this section as the circumstances may require.
(4)  The remedy provided in this section is cumulative and does not exclude any other remedy provided by law against any act or failure to act by the secretary of state or a county clerk under any election law or against any order, rule, regulation, directive or instruction made under the authority of the secretary of state or a county clerk under any election law.

History:
[34-215, added 1970, ch. 140, sec. 31, p. 351.]


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