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16-824 - Meeting, organization and officers of county committee
16-824. Meeting, organization and officers of county committee
A. The county committee shall meet for the purpose of organizing no earlier than ten days after the last organizing meeting of the legislative districts that are part of the county, and in any event no later than the second Saturday in January of the year following a general election. The county committee shall elect from its membership a chairman, a first vice chairman, a second vice chairman, a secretary and a treasurer. The latter two offices may be filled by the same person. In addition, and if there is no legislative district committee for a district in that county, the county committee shall elect state committeemen as prescribed by section 16-825. The chairman of the county committee shall be ex officio a member of the state committee.
B. The chairman of the county committee shall give notice of the time and place of the meeting by United States mail to each precinct committeeman at least ten days before the date of the meeting. If the precinct committeeman has provided a valid e-mail address and has authorized the chairman to give notice to the precinct committeeman by e-mail instead of by United States mail, the chairman of the county committee shall provide notice of the meeting by e-mail at least ten days before the date of the meeting.