(1) A minor political party shall file with the filing officer a copy of its organizational
documents establishing its process for nominating candidates for public office. The organizational documents shall be filed not later than 30 days after they are
adopted. The nominating process for candidates for election at the general election shall provide
an equal opportunity to all registered members of the party within the electoral district
to participate in the process of making nominations or selecting the delegates who
will make the nominations. A minor political party shall file copies of any changes to its organizational documents
relating to nomination of candidates for public office not later than 30 days after
the date any changes were made. The minor political party shall nominate candidates for public office only in accordance
with the procedures set forth in its organizational documents.
(2) A minor political party shall file with the filing officer a list of any officers
selected by the party. The list shall be filed not later than 10 days after any selection is made. A minor political party shall file copies of any changes to the list of officers not
later than 10 days after the date any changes were made.
(3) Not later than the 10th day before any nominating convention of a minor political
party, notice shall be published at least once in not fewer than three newspapers
of general circulation within the electoral district for which the nomination will
be made. If there are fewer than three newspapers of general circulation within the electoral
district, notice shall be published at least once in one newspaper of general circulation
within the electoral district for which the nomination will be made and other public
notice shall be given that is reasonably calculated to assure that party members in
the electoral district receive notice of the convention. The notice shall contain the time and place of the convention, and the office or offices
for which nominations will be made.
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