Chapter 12. ELECTIONS  


§ 12-1. Reports to the Board.
§§ 12-2—12-4. Reserved.
§ 12-5. Campaign contributions and expenditures.
§ 12-6. Straw ballots.
§ 12-7. Reserved.
§ 12-8. Payment or offers of payment to candidates for elective office prohibited.
§ 12-9. Solicitation of payments from candidates and offer of payments by candidates for County or municipal office in exchange for endorsement of such candidates for office.
§ 12-10. Voter solicitation at polling places.
§ 12-11. Receipt of qualification papers of candidates; examination; determination of compliance with election laws.
§ 12-12. Initiative petitions.
§ 12-13. Mail ballot election procedures.
§ 12-14. Absentee ballots.
§ 12-14.1. Absentee Ballot Campaigning Reporting Requirement.
§ 12-14.2. Availability of Absentee Ballots for Presidential Elections.
§ 12-14.2.1. County and municipal elected officer and candidate reporting requirements for organizations exempt under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code or political party solicitations.
§ 12-14.2.2. County and municipal elected officer and candidate reporting requirements for political committee and electioneering communication organization solicitations.
§ 12-15. Requirements for special elections.
§ 12-16. [Creole translations in voting booths.]
§ 12-17. Electronic reporting.
§ 12-18. Electronic posting.
§ 12-19. Penalties.
§ 12-20. [Technical assistance.]
§ 12-21. Reporting of independent expenditure.
§ 12-22. Election Campaign Financing Trust Fund.
§ 12-23. Initiative, referendum and recall petitions—Verification of signatures; disqualification of non-complying petitions; prohibition on improper signature gathering practices.
§ 12-24. Mailing of Voter Identification Cards After Precinct Boundaries Are Changed.
§ 12-25. Use of ballot position numbers.
§ 12-26. Pre-payment of costs for certain referendum elections.
§ 12-27. General Obligation Bond Referendum Ballot Questions.