CONDUCT OF ELECTION. (a) The general election laws govern the election except as provided by this section.
secretary's staff may make inspections in the same manner as state inspectors whether or not a violation of election laws is suspected.
Except as otherwise provided by law, the following authority shall give notice of an election: (d) If other law prescribes the method of giving notice of an election, that law supersedes this section , except that Subsection (c) applies regardless of the notice requirements prescribed by other law with respect to an election covered by that subsection. (e) If other law prescribes the method of preserving the notice of an election, that law supersedes
APPLICATION OF GENERAL ELECTION LAW. Except as otherwise provided by this subchapter, the election shall be conducted in accordance with general law relating to county elections.
(a) The attorney general may prosecute a criminal offense prescribed by the election laws of this state or a court of appeals may issue a writ of mandamus to compel the performance of any duty imposed by law in connection with the holding of an election or a political party convention, regardless of whether
(b) If a law providing for an election relating to the affairs of a political subdivision does not designate In addition to any other elements required to be included in an election order by other law, each election
) Any election required to permit action under Subsection (b) must be held in conformance with the Election Code or other law applicable to the county.
) Any election required to permit action under Subsection (b) must be held in conformance with the Election Code or other law applicable to the municipality.
information compiled by the Social Security Administration to establish voter registration or other election law eligibility or identification requirements, including the matching of relevant information specific
No labor organization shall be required by law to conduct elections of officers with greater frequency
conflict with the provisions of this section and sections 1391  and 1394 to 1396 of this title, the laws regulating elections and the electoral franchise as set forth in the code of laws published at Amalienborg
applications that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held; or of ballots that are known by the person to be materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent under the laws of the State in which the election is held,
provisions of this Act, and of rules prescribed under this Act, supersede and preempt any provision of State law with respect to election to Federal office.
Instead of an appointed Attorney General, the legislature may, by law, provide for the election of the Instead of an appointed Attorney General, the legislature may, by law, provide for the election of the
expiration of the term for which any Senator was elected to represent such State in Congress, at which election a Representative to Congress is regularly by law to be chosen, a United States Senator from said State
announces that the vacancy exists by the political parties of the State that are authorized by State law to nominate candidates for the election; or Nothing in this subsection may be construed to affect the application to special elections under this subsection of any Federal law governing the administration of elections for Federal office (including any law providing for the enforcement of any such law), including, but not limited to, the following