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33.06.03.00.htm 33.06.03.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 06 PETITIONS Chapter 03 Signature Pages Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) 6-103, 6-201, 6-203, and 6-204, Annotated Code of Maryland
33.06.03.01.htm 33.06.03.01. 01 In General.. Each signature page of every petition shall contain the information required by:. A. Election Law Article, Title 6, Annotated Code of Maryland; and. B. This chapter..
33.06.03.02.htm 33.06.03.02. 02 Placement of Information and Signatures.. A. One Side Only. Except as provided in §B of this regulation, only one side of a signature page may be used for:1) Signatures; and. 2) Any of the information required to be provided on a signature page.. B. Summary or Text of Question. If the petition is to place a question on the ballot, the reverse side of the signature page may contain:1) A complete and accurate summary of the substantive provisions of the proposal; or.
33.06.03.03.htm 33.06.03.03. 03 Specification of County.. Each signature page shall specify the county and, if applicable, the particular district or geographic area in that county, in which the individuals signing that page reside.
33.06.03.04.htm 33.06.03.04. 04 Subject and Purpose.. A. Description Required. Each signature page shall include a description of the subject and purpose of the petition, as required by:1) Election Law Article, §6-201(c)1) Annotated Code of Maryland; and. 2) This regulation.. B. Information To Be Provided. Except as otherwise specified in this regulation, the description shall include the same information as that required by COMAR 33.06.02.02 for the information page.C. Exception―Summary or Text of Question..
33.06.03.05.htm 33.06.03.05. 05 Statement of Signers' Support and Eligibility.. Each signature page shall contain a statement of the signers' support and eligibility, as required by Election Law Article, §6-201(c)3) Annotated Code of Maryland.
33.06.03.06.htm 33.06.03.06. 06 Signer Identification.. A. In General. Each signature page shall contain labeled spaces for providing, adjacent to each signature, the information specified in this regulation.B. Required Information. When signing the signature page, each signer shall:. 1) Sign the individual's name as it appears on the Statewide voter registration list or the individual's surname of registration and at least one full given name and the initials of any other names; and
33.06.03.07.htm 33.06.03.07. 07 Circulator Identification.. A. Identification Required. Each signature page shall include an identification of an individual circulator, as required by this regulation.B. Information To Be Provided. The identification of the circulator shall include that individual's:. 1) Printed or typed name;. 2) Residence address, including house number, street name, apartment number (if applicable) town, and ZIP code; and3) Telephone number..
33.06.03.08.htm 33.06.03.08. 08 Circulator's Signed and Dated Affidavit.. A. Affidavit Required. Each signature page shall include an affidavit to be signed and dated by the circulator, as required by:1) Election Law Article, §6-204(a) Annotated Code of Maryland; and. 2) This regulation.. B. Scope and Tenor. The affidavit shall state that:. 1) All of the information given by the circulator under Regulation .07 of this chapter is true and correct;
33.06.03.9999.htm 33.06.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―08 adopted as an emergency provision effective March 1, 2000 (27:6 Md. R. 636) adopted permanently effective July 10, 2000 (27:13 Md. R. 1212)Regulation .02 amended effective April 19, 2010 (37:8 Md. R. 623). Regulation .06B amended effective January 16, 2006 (33:1 Md. R. 41). Regulation .06B amended as an emergency provision effective June 21, 2006 (33:15 Md. R. 1277) amended permanently effective September 25, 2006 (33:19
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