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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