Political Parties

ORS 248.019
Write-in candidate for precinct committeeperson

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(1)

Subject to ORS 248.015 (Precinct committeepersons) (4), a person may participate as a write-in candidate for precinct committeeperson by filing with the county elections official a declaration of write-in candidacy. The declaration shall be made on a form prescribed by the Secretary of State by rule and must be filed no later than 8 p.m. on the date of the election. The form prescribed by the secretary must require that the person:

(a)

States that the person will serve as a precinct committeeperson if elected;

(b)

Requests that the county elections official count any write-in votes received by the write-in candidate; and

(c)

Attests that the person is legally qualified to serve as a precinct committeeperson.

(2)

Upon receipt of the form filed under subsection (1) of this section, the county elections official shall determine whether the person meets the qualifications to serve as a precinct committeeperson. If the county elections official determines that the person meets the qualifications, the county elections official shall record the write-in votes received by the person during that election.

(3)

If no person qualifies as a candidate or write-in candidate for a position of precinct committeeperson, that position shall be vacant. [2019 c.675 §16]
Note: 248.019 (Write-in candidate for precinct committeeperson) and 248.021 (Nomination of separate elector as precinct committeeperson) were added to and made a part of ORS chapter 248 by legislative action but were not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
Chapter 248

Atty. Gen. Opinions

Personal liability of officers, employes and delegates or precinct committee members of political party's state or county central committee, for committee obligations, (1979) Vol 39, p 759; constitutionality of statutes governing county and state central committees of major political parties, (1981) Vol 42, p 93


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