2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 19 - ELECTIONS
Section 19:28-1 - Application for recount.

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 19:28-1 (2017)

19:28-1 Application for recount.

19:28-1. When any candidate at any election shall have reason to believe that an error has been made in counting the votes of that election, the candidate may, within a period of 15 days following such election, apply to a judge of the Superior Court assigned to the county wherein such district or districts are located, for a recount of the votes cast at the election in any district or districts.

When ten voters at any election shall have reason to believe that an error has been so made in counting the votes upon any public question at any election, such voters may, within a period of 15 days following such election, apply to a judge of the Superior Court assigned to the county wherein such district or districts are located, for a recount of the votes cast at the election in any district or districts on such public question.

Amended 1953, c.19, s.27; 1991, c.91, s.247; 2005, c.150.

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