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  115.087.  Selection of judges in counties not having a board of election commissioners. — 1.  In each county which does not have a board of election commissioners, the election judges shall be selected from lists provided by the county committee of each major political party or as authorized pursuant to section 115.081.  Not later than December tenth in each year in which county committeemen are elected, the county committee of each major political party shall submit to the election authority a list of persons qualified to serve as election judges in double the number required to hold a general election in the county.  For each election, the election authority shall select and appoint the number of judges required to hold the election.  If a county committee fails to present the prescribed number of names of qualified persons by the time prescribed, the election authority may select and appoint the number of judges provided by law for the county committee's party.  If the election authority deems any person on a list to be unqualified, the election authority may request the county committee which submitted the list to furnish another name.

  2.  The state chairperson of each established political party may, in jurisdictions where no county committee exists and where the county clerk is the election authority, submit a list of persons qualified to serve as election judges to the county clerk.  The county clerk may select and appoint additional judges from such list pursuant to section 115.081.

  3.  County clerks may compile a list of persons who claim no political affiliation and who volunteer to be election judges.  A county clerk may select and appoint additional judges from such list pursuant to section 115.081.

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(L. 1977 H.B. 101 § 3.020, A.L. 2002 S.B. 675)


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