2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 21 - BOND ELECTIONS
22-21-103. How bond question to be submitted to electors; contents.


WY Stat § 22-21-103 (through 2012) What's This?

Each bond question shall be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of the political subdivision. Every bond election shall be held on the same day as a primary election or a general election, or on the Tuesday next following the first Monday in May or November, or on the Tuesday next following the third Monday in August. If calling the election in May, the body political subdivision shall by March 1, provide written notification to the county clerk, specifying the date of the election and the bond question. If the political subdivision specifies the date of the election to be a primary or general statewide or other August or November election, then the political subdivision shall provide notice to the county clerk not less than one hundred ten (110) days before the election if for a primary or other August election, and not less than seventy (70) days before the election, if for a general or other November election. The bond question shall state the purpose of the bonds, the maximum principal amount thereof, the maximum number of years allowed for the indebtedness and the maximum rate of interest to be paid thereon. The secretary of state may promulgate reasonable rules for conducting bond elections where the election is not held at the same time as the general or primary election.

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