Indiana Code Title 3. Elections § 3-8-4-2

Sec. 2 . (a) A political party shall conduct a state convention to nominate the candidates of the political party for the following offices to be voted on at the next general election:

(1) Lieutenant governor.

(2) Secretary of state.

(3) Auditor of state.

(4) Treasurer of state.

(5) Attorney general.

(6) Superintendent of public instruction.  This subdivision does not apply after December 31, 2020.

(b) The convention may also:

(1) nominate candidates for presidential electors and alternate presidential electors;  and

(2) elect the delegates and alternate delegates to the national convention of the political party.

(c) If a political party's state convention does not:

(1) nominate candidates for presidential electors and alternate presidential electors;  or

(2) elect the delegates and alternate delegates to the national convention of the political party;

the candidates shall be nominated or the delegates elected as provided in the state party's rules.


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