2020 Georgia Code
Title 21 - Elections
Chapter 2 - Elections and Primaries Generally
Article 2 - Supervisory Boards and Officers
- Result of election as affected by lack of title or by defective title of election officers, 1 A.L.R. 1535.
PART 1 STATE ELECTION BOARD, COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, AND COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND REGISTRATION
Subpart 1 State Election BoardAdministrative Rules and Regulations.
- Registration of electors, Official Compilation of the Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia, Georgia Election Code, State Election Board, Chapter 183-1-6.
Ballots, Official Compilation of the Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia, Georgia Election Code, State Election Board, Chapter 183-1-11.
Voting machines and voting recorders, Official Compilation of the Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia, Georgia Election Code, State Election Board, Chapter 183-1-12.
- In light of the similarity of the statutory provisions, decisions under former Code 1933, § 34A-110 and former Code Section 21-3-7 are included in the annotations for Subpart 1.Duty of board to be knowledgeable.
- The decision whether to exercise the right to intervene in municipal election contests requires that the State Election Board be aware of the nature of the proceedings and of problems encountered in elections and election contests in order that it may properly perform its duties. Lyde v. City of Brunswick, 241 Ga. 554, 246 S.E.2d 673 (1978) (decided under former Code 1933, § 34A-110).Petition seeking mandamus requiring officials to administer oath to elected candidates.
- A petition seeking mandamus requiring city officials to administer the oath of office to persons who claim to have been elected as write-in candidates in a municipal election requires notice to the State Election Board, and the omission of the required notice constitutes a fatal defect. Lucken v. Falligant, 243 Ga. 816, 256 S.E.2d 788 (1979) (decided under former Code 1933, § 34A-110).
Cited in Collins v. Williams, 237 Ga. 576, 229 S.E.2d 388 (1976); Malone v. Tison, 248 Ga. 209, 282 S.E.2d 84 (1981).
- Power to enjoin holding of an election, 33 A.L.R. 1376; 70 A.L.R. 733.
Power to enjoin canvassing votes and declaring result of election, 1 A.L.R.2d 588.