Rhode Island General Laws Title 17. Elections

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. General State Officers
  • Chapter 3. General Assembly Members
  • Chapter 4. Federal Elective Officers
  • Chapter 4.2. Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote
  • Chapter 5. Statewide Referenda Elections
  • Chapter 6. Secretary of State
  • Chapter 7. State Board of Elections
  • Chapter 8. Local Canvassing Authorities
  • Chapter 9.1. Registration of Voters
  • Chapter 9.2. Rhode Island Restoration of Voting Rights Act
  • Chapter 10. Canvassing the Lists of Qualified Electors
  • Chapter 11. Voting Districts and Officials
  • Chapter 12. Party Committees and Conventions
  • Chapter 12.1. Primaries for Election of Delegates to National Conventions and for Presidential Preference
  • Chapter 13. Primary Voting Lists
  • Chapter 14. Nomination of Party and Independent Candidates
  • Chapter 15. Primary Elections
  • Chapter 18. Elective Meetings
  • Chapter 19. Conduct of Election and Voting Equipment, and Supplies
  • Chapter 20. Mail Ballots
  • Chapter 21.1. Registration and Voting in Federal Elections by Citizens Residing Outside the United States
  • Chapter 22. Tabulation and Certification of Returns by State Board
  • Chapter 23. Election Offenses
  • Chapter 24. Compelling Performance of Election Duties
  • Chapter 25. Rhode Island Campaign Contributions and Expenditures Reporting
  • Chapter 25.1. Gambling Referenda
  • Chapter 25.2. Ballot Question Advocacy and Reporting
  • Chapter 25.3. Independent Expenditures and Electioneering Communications
  • Chapter 26. Penalties
  • Chapter 27. Reporting of Political Contributions by State Vendors
  • Chapter 28. Address Confidentiality for Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Chapter 29. Voter Choice Act

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