(1) Changes in the boundaries of precincts or the creation of new precincts for nonpartisan
elections shall be completed no later than twenty-five days prior to scheduled elections,
except in cases of precinct changes resulting from changes in the jurisdiction's boundaries.
(2) All changes in precinct boundaries or numbering for nonpartisan elections shall
be reported to the county clerk and recorder within ten days by the designated election
official, and a corrected precinct map shall be transmitted to the county clerk and
recorder as soon as possible after the changes have been effected.
(3) Each governing body shall change any polling place upon a petition of a majority
of the eligible electors residing within a precinct if the request is made at least
forty-five days prior to the next scheduled election and another polling place location
is reasonably available.
(4) Except as provided by law, no polling place shall be changed after the twenty-fifth
day prior to an election.
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