The names of cities or unincorporated townsites contending for the county seat shall
be placed upon the primary election ballot by petition. Each such petition shall:
1. Designate the proposed county seat.
2. Be signed by at least ten percent of the qualified electors of the county as determined
by the vote cast for the office of governor at the last general election.
Each such petitioner shall state the date of signing the petition and the petitioner's
residence. No petitioner shall sign more than one such petition. Petitions shall be filed with the county auditor at least thirty days prior to the
holding of the primary election.
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