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Idaho Statutes Title 42. Irrigation and Drainage--Water Rights and Reclamation § 42-5218C. Conduct of elections

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The election shall be conducted as nearly as practicable in accordance with the general laws of the state;  provided that no particular form of ballot shall be required and the provisions of the election laws as to the form and distribution of ballots shall not apply and each ballot must indicate the number of cubic feet per second associated with the ballot cast.  The board of directors shall designate polling places in such number as it may deem necessary.  At least ten (10) days before the holding of any election, the board shall appoint three (3) electors to serve as judges of election at each polling place.  The judges shall perform the same duties as near as may be, as judges of election under the general laws of the state.  Immediately after the election, the judges of election shall forward the official results to the secretary of the district.

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