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  VI Section 26(g).  Contest of elections to authorize indebtedness. — All elections under this article may be contested as provided by law.

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Source: Const. of 1945.

(1956) Provision authorizing contest of all elections is not self-executing and since there is no implementing legislation as to school bond issue elections, such may not be contested. Wann v. v. Reorganized School Dist. No. 6(Mo.), 293 S.W.2d 408.

(1958) Section 26(g), Art. VI, is not self-executing and does not authorize the adjudication of a school bond election contest. Eberle v. Plato Cons. School Dist. No. C-5 (Mo.), 313 S.W.2d 1.

(1963) As § 26(g), Art. VI, is not self-executing and no statutory authority exists, Missouri courts have no jurisdiction to entertain actions to contest the results of school elections. Nichols v. Reorganized School District No. 1 of Laclede County, et al. (Mo.), 364 S.W.2d 9.


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