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HB 352, 64th R.S.
Relating to declination of party nomination, withdrawal of independent candidacy, death, and ineligibility of candidates in general and special elections held within the state; relating to methods for making changes in printed ballots which are necessitated by or result from the death, declination, withdrawal, or ineligibility of candidates; relating to the printing of the name of a deceased or ineligible candidate on the ballot and the effect of votes cast for such a candidate; relating to the declination of party nominations, the filling of vacancies in nomination caused by death, declination, or ineligibility of nominees, the withdrawal of independent candidates, and the ballot status of party nominees and independent candidates who die, decline, withdraw, or are ineligible.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   01/28/1975
H Read first time   01/29/1975
H Referred to Committee on Elections   01/29/1975
H Considered by committee in public hearing   04/28/1975
H Reported from committee favorably without amendments   04/28/1975
H Read second time   05/12/1975
H Passed to engrossment   05/12/1975
H Votes recorded   05/12/1975
H Reported engrossed   05/12/1975
H Read third time   05/12/1975
H Passed   05/12/1975
H Votes recorded   05/12/1975
S Received from House   05/13/1975
S Read first time   05/13/1975
S Referred to Committee on State Affairs   05/13/1975
S Considered by committee in public hearing   05/30/1975
S Reported from committee favorably   05/30/1975
S Ordered not printed after committee report   05/30/1975
S Laid before Senate   05/30/1975
S Read second time and passed to third reading   05/30/1975
S Third reading   05/30/1975
S Passed   05/30/1975
S Sent to House   05/30/1975
H Returned from the Senate   05/30/1975
H Reported enrolled   05/30/1975
H Signed   05/31/1975
S Signed   05/31/1975
H Sent to the Governor   05/31/1975
H Signed by Governor   06/20/1975
H Effective in 90 days   06/20/1975

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