2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 31 - COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
Chapter 50 - OPTIONAL FORMS OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 31-5005 - ELECTION TO ADOPT OPTIONAL FORM OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT — BALLOT QUESTION — MORE THAN ONE OPTION ON THE BALLOT.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 31-5005 (2018)
31-5005. ELECTION TO ADOPT OPTIONAL FORM OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT — BALLOT QUESTION — MORE THAN ONE OPTION ON THE BALLOT. (1) The question of adopting an optional form of county government shall be submitted to the electors in substantially the following form:
Vote for one:
In favor of retaining the (name current form of government) form of county government.
In favor of adopting the (name optional form) form of county government.
(2) If more than one (1) optional form of county government is to be presented to the electors the questions shall be submitted in substantially the following form:
Vote for one:
In favor of retaining the (name current form of government) form of county government.
In favor of adopting the (name optional form) form of county government.
Vote for one:
In favor of retaining the (name current form of government) form of county government.
In favor of adopting the (name optional form) of county government.
If a majority of the electors favor more than one (1) option appearing on the ballot, the option receiving the greatest number of votes shall be adopted.

History:
[31-5005, added 1996, ch. 283, sec. 1, p. 919.]

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