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HCR 1 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
HF 55 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
changing the date of the primary election.
HF 56 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
providing for the nonpartisan election and nomination by county primary election of county officers.
SF 35 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
relating to the counting of absentee ballots and including applicability provisions.
SF 36 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
requiring that a primary runoff election be held in the event of an inconclusive primary election for certain offices, and including effective date and applicability provisions.
SF 49 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
requiring county and city property assessors to stand for retention at election and including applicability provisions.
SF 53 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
prohibiting employer control of employee political contributions.
SF 54 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
prohibiting public and accredited nonpublic schools and postsecondary educational institutions from scheduling classes, activities, or events during presidential precinct caucuses and including effective date provisions.
SF 56 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
providing for the registration of eligible electors upon review of electronic records received from state agencies and including effective date provisions.
SF 65 (Introduced)
88th General Assembly
automatically restoring the right to vote and hold elective office for persons who have been discharged from probation, parole, or work release, or who have been released from confinement.