(1) The organizational meeting of a county central committee shall be held no less
frequently than every 25 months.
(2) The retiring county central committee shall prepare a written notice designating
the time, date and place of the meeting and file a copy of the notice with the county
clerk not later than the 40th day before the date of the meeting. The retiring county central committee also shall mail a copy of the notice to the
state central committee.
(3) Upon request of a county central committee, the county clerk shall provide the
county central committee, without charge, a list of the names, addresses and other
contact information, including electronic mail addresses or telephone numbers, of
persons holding the office of precinct committeeperson for that major political party
on the date the clerk receives notice of an organizational meeting under subsection
(2) of this section.
(4) The chairperson of the retiring county central committee shall mail a copy of
the notice of the time, date and place of the meeting, not later than the 10th day
before the meeting, to each member of the county central committee. If permitted by the bylaws of the county central committee, the county central committee
may notify members by means other than by mail.
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