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Alabama Code Title 17. Elections § 17-13-104

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Whenever the chair shall receive petitions, timely filed, which appear to qualify the name of a candidate for President to be placed on the ballot, he or she shall forthwith notify the prospective candidate by the most expeditious means of communication and shall advise such prospective candidate that unless the candidate withdraws his or her name from the ballot no later than 76 days before the primary, it will appear on the ballot of the party at such presidential preference primary. If a candidate signifies the desire to withdraw his or her name within the above time limit, it shall not be printed on the ballot.

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