(1) For all general, primary, congressional vacancy, coordinated, odd-year, and recall
elections, and for any election in which the governing body of a political subdivision
other than a county determines that an election shall be by mail ballot, the county
clerk and recorder or designated election official for the political subdivision,
as applicable, shall conduct the election by mail ballot; except that votes cast
at voter service and polling centers may be by paper ballots or by electronic or electromechanical
(2) For any election that the governing body of a political subdivision determines
will be an independent mail ballot election, the designated election official for
that political subdivision shall conduct the election by mail ballot in accordance
with article 13.5 of this title.
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