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Page 8 of Kentucky election laws / compiled by Ben L. Bruner, Secretary of State ; with the aid and advice of the Attorney General.

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8 KENTUCKY ELECTION LAWS. or city that lies in his county, at every election at which muni- cipal officers for such town or city are required to be chosen, or at which any question is to be submitted to the voters of such town or city. Only the names of such persons as are can- didates for municipal officers in such town or city, or questions submitted to the voters of such town or city, shall be placed or printed on said ballots, and then only in conformity with, and in pursuance of, the regulations of this chapter, or other laws relating to the preparation of ballots and applicable to the elec- tion at which they are to be used. The officers of the election of the county precinct embracing a part of the territory within the corporate limits of such town or city, in addition to the bal- lots for State, county, district or precinct, shall furnish to each voter residing in such town or city, and, entitled to vote at the precinct for municipal officers, or upon a municipal question submitted to the voters of such town or city, a ballot prepared as herein provided for such municipal election, which ballot the voter will mark and fold in the same manner and at the same time, and deliver to the proper officer of the election in the same manner and at the same time as is required in re- spect to the State, county, district or precinct ballots, and the same shall be deposited by the officer in the ballot-box with the other ballots. The officers of the election shall count and dis- pose of such municipal ballots at the same time, and shall cer- tify and return the result thereof in the same manner as of the other ballots. It shall be the duty of the canvassing board of elections of the respective counties embracing parts of such town or city, to make duplicate written certificates over their signatures of the number of votes given in the county for municipal officers, or upon questions submitted to the voters of such town or city, one copy to be retained in the clerk's office of such county, and the other to be sent immediately by mail by said canvassing board to the canvassing board of the county, embracing a part of such town or city having the largest population, which last named board shall, between the hours of ten and twelve o'clock in the morning of the first Tuesday after the election, meet in the clerk's office of their county, compare the certificates of the canvassing boards of the several counties, and therefrom give triplicate certificates of election, in writing, over their signatures, of the persons who