1. If a court of competent jurisdiction orders a county to extend the deadline for
voting beyond the statutory deadline in a particular election, the county clerk shall,
as soon as practicable after receiving notice of the court's decision:
(a) Cause notice of the extended deadline to be published in a newspaper of general
circulation in the county; and
(b) Transmit a notice of the extended deadline to each registered voter who requested
an absent voter's ballot for the election and has not returned the ballot before the
date on which the notice will be transmitted.
2. The notice required pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 1 must be published:
(a) In a county whose population is 47,500 or more, on at least 3 successive days.
(b) In a county whose population is less than 47,500, at least twice in successive
issues of the newspaper.
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