(1) Changes in the boundaries of precincts or the creation of new precincts for partisan
elections must be completed no later than twenty-nine days prior to the first Tuesday
in March, except in cases of precinct changes resulting from changes in county boundaries.
(2) Subject to approval by the board of county commissioners, the county clerk and
recorder shall change the location of any polling location upon a petition of a majority
of the eligible electors residing within a county if the request is made at least
ninety days prior to the primary election.
(3) All changes in precinct boundaries or numbering for partisan elections, including
changes required pursuant to section 1-5-101.5, shall be reported within ten days by the county clerk and recorder to the secretary
of state, and a corrected precinct map shall be transmitted to the secretary of state
as soon as possible after the changes have been effected.
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