Arizona Revised Statutes Title 16. Elections and Electors § 16-342. Special election nominations by delegate convention

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Nominations entitling candidates to have their names printed on the official ballot for a special election held for the purpose of filling a vacancy in an office may be made by delegates assembled in convention if, in the judgment of the secretary of state and the attorney general, the time is too short in which to hold a primary election, or the cost of such primary election would be excessive or unnecessarily burdensome.

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