(1) Candidates for the senate and assembly nominated by each political party at the
primary, the state officers and the holdover state senators of each political party
shall meet in the state capitol at 10 a.m. on the first Tuesday in October of each
year in which there is a presidential election.
(2) The purpose of the convention is to nominate one presidential elector from each
congressional district and 2 electors from the state at large. The names of the nominees shall be certified immediately by the chairperson of the
state committee of each party to the chairperson of the commission.
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