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16-507 - Presentation of presidential candidates on ballot
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16-507. Presentation of presidential candidates on ballot
A. When presidential electors are to be voted for, the presidential and vice-presidential candidates therefor of each party shall be grouped and printed together, arranged in alphabetical order according to the presidential candidate's surname.
B. Presidential electors, which, shall be enclosed in a bracketed list and next to the bracketed list shall be printed in bold type the surname of the presidential candidate and vice-presidential candidate who is seeking election jointly with the presidential candidate shall be listed directly below the name of the presidential candidate. The indicator for the selection of the presidential and vice-presidential candidates shall be directly next to the surname of the presidential candidate, and one mark directly next to a presidential candidate's surname shall be counted as a vote for each elector in the bracketed list next to the presidential and vice-presidential candidates.