2006 New York Code - Law Applicable To Conduct Of Elections At Which Ballot Questions Are Submitted To All The Voters Of A City
§ 28. Law applicable to conduct of elections at which ballot questions are submitted to all the voters of a city. The provisions of the election law or any other law relating to the submission of questions at general elections, so far as the same are applicable and not inconsistent with this article, shall apply to the conduct of all elections at which questions are submitted to all the voters of a city. Where a specific provision of law exists in any other law which is inconsistent with the provisions of the election law, such provision shall apply unless a provision of the election law specifies that such provision of the election law shall apply notwithstanding any other provision of law.
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