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A.?In any election at which two or more justices of the supreme court or judges of the court of appeals are to be voted for or elected for the same length of term, it shall be deemed that there are as many separate offices to be filled as there are judges of the court to be elected. ?Each office shall be designated by a distinguishing number, as ?term number one expiring the first Monday in January, 19__?. ?The court or division concerned shall, on or before April 30 of each election year, designate the members of the court who hold such terms of office which expire in January next following such election year.
B.?The designation shall remain the same for all purposes of both the primary and general election and shall be used on all nominating petitions, nomination papers, ballots, certificates of election and all election papers referring to the office. ?After election and the issuance of the certificate of election, the designating number shall have no further significance.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arizona Revised Statutes Title 16. Elections and Electors § 16-332. Election of justices of supreme court or judges of court of appeals by declared terms - last updated March 08, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/az/title-16-elections-and-electors/az-rev-st-sect-16-332/
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