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The procedure, including modes of proof, in cases before military courts may be prescribed by the adjutant general by regulations, that shall, so far as the adjutant general considers practicable, apply the principles of law and the rules of evidence generally recognized in the trial of criminal cases in the courts of this state, but that may not be contrary to or inconsistent with this code.
(a) (1) Not later than forty-eight hours following each regular election, the registrars of voters shall provide the results of the votes cast at such election to the town clerk. Not later than nine o'clock a.m. on the third day following each regular election, the head moderator, registrars of voters and town clerk for each town divided into voting districts shall meet to identify any error in the returns. Not later than one o'clock p.m. on the third day following each regular election, the head moderator shall correct any error identified and file an amended return with the Secretary of the State, the town clerk and the registrars of voters.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivision (1) of this subsection, for the state election in 2020, (A) the results of the votes cast at the election required under said subdivision to be provided to the town clerk by the registrars of voters shall be so provided not later than ninety-six hours following the election, (B) the meeting to identify any error in the returns required under said subdivision among the head moderator, registrars of voters and town clerk for each town divided into voting districts shall occur not later than nine o'clock a.m. on the fifth day following the election, and (C) any identified error required under said subdivision to be corrected, and any amended return required under said subdivision to be filed with the Secretary of the State, the town clerk and the registrars of voters, by the head moderator shall be so corrected or filed, as applicable, not later than one o'clock p.m. on the fifth day following the election.
(b) Not later than twenty-one days following each regular state election, the town clerk of each town divided into voting districts shall file with the Secretary of the State a consolidated listing, in tabular format, as prescribed by the Secretary of the State, of the official returns of each such voting district for all offices voted on at such election, including the total number of votes cast for each candidate, the total number of names on the registry list, and the total number of names checked as having voted, in each such district. The town clerk of such town shall certify that he or she has examined the lists transmitted under this section to determine whether there are any discrepancies between the total number of votes cast for a candidate at such election in such town, including for any recanvass conducted pursuant to section 9-311 or 9-311a, and the sum of the votes cast for the same candidate in all voting districts in such town. In the case of any such discrepancy, the town clerk shall notify the head moderator and certify that such discrepancy has been rectified. Each listing filed under this section shall be retained by the Secretary of the State not less than ten years after the date of the election for which it was filed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LIX. Veterans Military Affairs § 5924.36 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-lix-veterans-military-affairs/oh-rev-code-sect-5924-36/
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