(1) At the organizational meeting of a county central committee:
(a) The officers of the retiring county central committee shall make available to
the committee the property, records and funds owned or controlled by the retiring
(b) The committee next shall elect a chairperson, vice chairperson and other officers
the committee considers necessary. The persons elected to the offices need not be members of the county central committee.
The committee shall determine the term of each office. Only a newly elected precinct committeeperson may vote on the election of committee
(2) The elected chairperson, within 48 hours of the chairperson's election, shall
send a list of the officers of the committee to the county clerk and to the state
(3) Only a newly elected precinct committeeperson or a person appointed or selected
to fill a vacancy in the office of committeeperson may vote to fill a vacancy in a
committee office. Immediately before a meeting of the county central committee at which there may be
an election to fill a vacancy in a committee office, the chairperson shall obtain
from the county clerk a list of committee members. The list shall determine the eligibility of a committeeperson to vote to fill a vacancy
in a committee office.
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