2010 Tennessee Code
Title 6 - Cities And Towns
Chapter 52 - Dissolution and Liquidation of Affairs
Part 2 - Abolition of Charter
6-52-203 - Conduct of election.

6-52-203. Conduct of election.

(a)  On the day fixed in the notices of election and at the usual place or places of holding elections in the town or city, the county election commission shall cause the elections to be held in the manner prescribed by law in cases of general election.

(b)  All persons who are entitled to vote in the town or city for officers thereof shall be entitled to vote in the election, and those who desire to surrender or abolish the charter shall have printed or written on their tickets the words “no charter,” and those opposed to the repeal or surrender of the charter shall have printed or written on their tickets the word “charter.”

[Acts 1901, ch. 165, § 3; Shan., §§ 1997a3, 1997a4; mod. Code 1932, §§ 3507, 3508; impl. am. Acts 1972, ch. 740, § 7; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 6-221; T.C.A., § 6-2-503.]  

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