2012 Arkansas Code
Title 7 - Elections
Chapter 8 - Federal Elections
Subchapter 3 - -- Presidential Electors
§ 7-8-306 - Voting by electors -- Expenses.
(a) The electors, elected as provided in this subchapter, shall meet at the office of the Secretary of State, in a room to be designated by him or her in the State Capitol Building, at the time appointed by the laws of the United States at the hour of 10:00 a.m. of that day, and give their votes for President and for Vice President of the United States, in the manner herein provided, and perform such duties as are or may be required by law.
(b) Each elector shall receive for every twenty (20) miles of necessary travel in going to the seat of government to give his or her vote and returning to his or her residence, to be computed by the most usual route, the sum of three dollars ($3.00), to be paid on the warrant of the Auditor of State, out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Any person appointed by the electors assembled to fill a vacancy shall also receive the compensation provided for electors appointed.
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