2013 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 17 - Elections
Chapter 17-14 - Nomination of Party and Independent Candidates
- Section 17-14-1 - Declarations of candidacy.
- Section 17-14-1.1 - Party affiliation.
- Section 17-14-1.2 - Candidate required to be a qualified voter in the election.
- Section 17-14-2 - Candidate required to be a qualified voter in the primary.
- Section 17-14-2.1 - Party candidates not eligible for independent nomination and independent candidates not eligible for party nomination.
- Section 17-14-3 - Repealed.
- Section 17-14-4 - Preparation of nomination papers for candidates Combination of endorsed candidates Furnishing of nomination papers to candidates.
- Section 17-14-4.1 - Party committees Nomination papers unnecessary.
- Section 17-14-5 - Repealed.
- Section 17-14-6 - Statement at head of nomination papers.
- Section 17-14-7 - Number of signers required for nomination papers.
- Section 17-14-8 - Signing of nomination papers.
- Section 17-14-9 - Number of papers signed by same voter.
- Section 17-14-10 - Affidavit of person obtaining signatures.
- Section 17-14-11 - Checking and certification of nomination papers Challenge.
- Section 17-14-12 - Filing of nomination papers.
- Section 17-14-12.1 - Certification by local boards.
- Section 17-14-13 - Objections to eligibility of candidate or sufficiency of papers.
- Section 17-14-14 - Hearings on objections Witnesses Notice.
- Section 17-14-15 - Withdrawal of candidacy.
- Section 17-14-16 - Certification of names of candidates to secretary of state.
- Section 17-14-17 - Replacement of deceased endorsed candidate.
- Section 17-14-17.1 - Repealed.
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