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JEWETTS MANUAL

FOR

Election Officers and Voters

IN THE

STATE OF NEW YORK

CONTAINING THE

Consolidated Election Law, Federal and State Constitutional Provisions Con-
cerning Elections and Elective Officers, United States Statutes concerning
Elections, Elective Officers, Citizenship, Naturalization, etc., Political
Divisions of State, Counties and Towns, Penal Law Provisions
Relating to Crimes Against the Elective Franchise, Public
Officers Law, Miscellaneous Provisions as to State,
County, City, Town, J'Ulage and School Officers and
Elections, General Construction Law, and Act to
Prescribe Rules for Construction of Con-
solidated Laws,

As Amended to the end of the Legislative Session of 1921, together
with Annotations, Forms and Instructions

By F. G.JEWETT
Former Clerk to the Secretary of State

TWENTY-NINTH EDITION

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- COMPLETELY REVISED

^By JOHN T. FITZPATRICK,
Of the Albany Bar

US

ALBANY, K Y.
MATTHEW BEXDER & COMPANY,

INCOBPOBATED.

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PRIMARY PETITIONS

To designate candidates, petitions must contain 3% of the enrolled voters of party in political subdivision, but need not exceed the number mentioned below, namely:

1,500 signatures for judge of Court of General
Sessions, judge of City Court, New York
City, or any other office voted for by all
the voters in a city of over one million
inhabitants. (§ 48.)
1,000 signatures for any office to be filled by all
the voters of any other city of the first
class or of any county or borough con-
taining more than two hundred and fifty
thousand inhabitants. (§ 48.)
BOO signatures for any office in a county or bor-
ough containing more than twenty-five
thousand and not more than two hun-
dred fifty thousand inhabitants, or city
of second class or any congressional or
senatorial district. (§ 48.)
250 signatures for any office to be filled by all
the voters of any other county or any
city of the third class or of any assem-
bly district. (§ 48.)

June 28 First day for signing petition. (§ 48.)

Aug. 9 to Aug. 16 Dates for filing designating petitions. (§ 49.)

Aug. 26 Last day to decline designation. (§ 50.)

Aug. 30 Last day to fill vacancy after declination. (§ 50.)

Sept. 1 Certification by Secretary of State, to custodian of

primary records, of designations filed in his office. (I 51.)

Sept. 13 Fall Primary.

Hours for voting in New York Citv, 3 p. m. to 9 p. m. (§70.)

Hours for voting outside New York City, 7 a. m. to 9 p.m. (§70.)

Sept. 15 Last day for custodian of primary records to certify

list of elected delegates and alternates to conventions to Secretary of State.

Sept. 19 Last day for custodian of primary records to certify

other results of election to Secretary of State. Custodian must also furnish to Secretary of State, on same date, names and addresses of nominees of various parties for Representative in Congress, State Senator and Member of Assembly, where original designations were not filed with said Secretary of State. (§ 89.)

CONVENTIONS

Sept. 20 First day for holding State and Judicial.

Sept. 27 Last day for filing nominations. (§ 128.)

Sept. 30 Last day for filing declinations. (§ 128.)

Oct. 4 Last day for filing new nominations. (§ 136.)

INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS

To nominate independently signatures must be obtained to the number of

12,^00 for State-wide offices, with at least 50 for
each county (Fulton and Hamilton con-
sidered as one). (§ 122.)
5% of total vote for Governor in any political
subdivision, except that
3,000 may nominate a candidate in any political

subdivision. (§ 122.)
1,500 may nominate a candidate for a borough
or county office. (§ 122.)

Sept. 27 to Oct. 4 Dates.for filing independent nominations. (§ 128.)

Oct. 10 Last day to decline independent nominations. (§ 133.)

Oct. 14 Last day to fill vacancy of independent nominations.

(§ 136.)

Boards of Elections or County Clerk should immediately certify list of nominations together with address of nominees of all parties to Secretary of State.

TOM NOMINATIONS

Oct. 4 to Oct. 11 Dates for filing party nominations. (§ 121.)

Oct. 15 Last day to decline party nominations. (§ 133.)

Oct. 18 Last day to fill vacancy in party nominations. (§ 136.)

Oct. 4 to Oct. 18 « Dates for filing independent nominations. (§ 128.)

Oct. 22 Last day to decline independent nominations. (§ 133.)

Oct. 25 Last dav to fill vacancy in independent nominations.

(§ 136.)

REGISTRATION

New York City.

Personal Registration.
Oct. 10, 11,12rl3,14.. 5 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.) ,
Oct. 15 7 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. f (s 1&u'

Cities and Villages of 5,000 or More Inhabitants (except New York City).
Personal Registration.

Oct. 14, 15 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. 1 ,,.„,

Oct. 21, 22 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. \ 18 10<M

Outside of Cities and Villages of 5,000 or More Inhabitants.
Non-personal Registration.

Oct. 15, 22 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. (§ 150.)

November 8 General Election.

Polls open 6 a. m. and close 6 p. m. (§ 291.)

Statements under Corrupt Practices Act and Penal Law.

November 18 Last day to file candidates' expense statements.

(Penal'Law, § 776.)

November 28 Last day to file committee statements of expense.

(§ 546.)

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