2009 Kentucky Revised Statutes
CHAPTER 117 REGULATION OF ELECTIONS
117.245 Procedure when voter's right to vote disputed.
to vote for cause. (2) When the officers of an election disagree as to the qualifications of a voter or if his right to vote is disputed by a challenger, the voter shall sign a written oath as to his
qualifications before he is permitted to vote. The oath shall be in such form as
prescribed by the State Board of Elections and twenty (20) printed copies shall be
included in the election supplies of each precinct. (3) The subscribed oaths shall be returned to the county clerk who shall deliver them to the Commonwealth's attorney. (4) The Commonwealth's attorney and county attorney shall investigate each of the oaths and cause to be summoned before the grand jury the witnesses they or either
of them, deem proper, and the grand jury shall make a thorough investigation of all
votes so cast, and return indictments against all persons illegally voting. The
foreman of the grand jury shall return to the county clerk all of the oaths upon
which no indictments are found. The clerk shall safely keep them as a part of the
records of his office, and shall produce any or all of them, when required, to any
subsequent grand jury. Effective: July 15, 1982
History: Amended 1982 Ky. Acts ch. 394, sec. 15, effective July 15, 1982. -- Amended 1976 (1st Extra. Sess.) Ky. Acts ch. 14, sec. 130, effective January 2, 1978. --
Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 130, sec. 38, effective June 21, 1974.
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