(1) For nonpartisan elections other than coordinated elections, no later than twenty-five
days prior to the election, the designated election official, with the approval of
the governing body with authority to call elections, shall divide the jurisdiction
into as many election precincts as it deems expedient for the convenience of eligible
electors of the jurisdiction and shall designate the polling place for each precinct. The election precincts shall consist of one or more whole general election precincts
wherever practicable, and the designated election official and governing body shall
cooperate with the county clerk and recorder and the board of county commissioners
of their political subdivisions to accomplish this purpose. Wherever possible, the polling places shall be the same as those designated by the
county for partisan elections.
(2) The county clerk and recorder, no later than one hundred twenty days prior to
a regular special district election or regular election of any other political subdivision,
shall prepare a map of the county showing the location of the voter service and polling
centers and precinct boundaries utilized in the last November election. Copies of the map shall be available for inspection at the office of the county
clerk and recorder and for distribution to the designated election official of each
(3) The county clerk and recorder shall maintain a list of owners or contact persons
who, to the clerk's knowledge, may grant permission to political subdivisions to use
the locations identified on the map for voter service and polling centers. The clerk shall, upon request of the designated election official of a political
subdivision, provide a copy of the list, or a part of the list as requested by the
designated election official.
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