(1) The Governor shall issue a proclamation declaring a new county created if an election
for the purpose of establishing a new county is held and a majority of all electors
registered within the limits of the proposed new county voted at the election in favor
of the creation of the new county.
(2) The Governor shall issue a proclamation declaring the change in county boundaries
if an election for the purpose of changing county boundaries is held, and if a majority
of all the electors of each of the counties to be affected by the change in boundaries
voted in favor of the proposed change in county boundaries.
(3) If a county is eliminated pursuant to a boundary change under subsection (1) or
(2) of this section, the Governor shall declare in the proclamation what counties
were eliminated by the change.
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