2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 34 - ELECTIONS
Chapter 18 - INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ELECTIONS
Section 34-1804 - PRINTING OF PETITION AND SIGNATURE SHEETS.
34-1804. PRINTING OF PETITION AND SIGNATURE SHEETS. Before or at the time of beginning to circulate any petition for the referendum to the people on any act passed by the state legislature of the state of Idaho, or for any law proposed by the initiative, the person or persons or organization or organizations under whose authority the measure is to be referred or initiated shall send or deliver to the secretary of state a copy of such petition duly signed by at least twenty (20) qualified electors of the state which shall be filed by said officer in his office, and who shall immediately transmit a copy of the petition to the attorney general for the issuance of the certificate of review as provided in section 34-1809, Idaho Code. All petitions for the initiative and for the referendum and sheets for signatures shall be printed on a good quality of bond or ledger paper in the form and manner as approved by the secretary of state. To every sheet of petitioners’ signatures shall be attached a full and correct copy of the measure so proposed by initiative petition; but such petition may be filed by the secretary of state in numbered sections for convenience in handling. Every sheet of petitioners’ signatures upon referendum petitions shall be attached to a full and correct copy of the measure on which the referendum is demanded, and may be filed in numbered sections in like manner as initiative petitions. Not more than twenty (20) signatures on one (1) sheet shall be counted. Each signature sheet shall contain signatures of qualified electors from only one (1) county.
[34-1804, added 1933, ch. 210, sec. 4, p. 431; am. 1988, ch. 48, sec. 2, p. 67; am. 2013, ch. 214, sec. 2, p. 504; am. 2013, ch. 336, sec. 2, p. 874.]
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