(1) If the number of candidates filing for vacant positions or filing a declaration
of intent to be a write-in candidate under 20-3-305(2)(b) is equal to or less than the number of positions to be elected, the trustees may
cancel the election.
(2) If the election is canceled, the trustees shall give notice that a trustee election
will not be held. Notice must be given no later than 30 days before the election.
(3) If a trustee election is not held, the trustees shall declare elected by acclamation
the candidate who filed for the position or who filed a declaration of intent to be
a write-in candidate and shall issue a certificate of election to the candidate.
(4) An election for a trustee in a single-member district as provided in 20-3-338 or in a trustee nominating district as provided in 20-3-353 is considered a separate trustee election for the purposes of declaring election
by acclamation as provided in this section.
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