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Chapter 03 - Issues-Candidates

Chapter 03 - Issues-Candidates

6.0301 Nomination of candidates-Right to registered voter list.


(a) Candidates for membership in the House of Representatives shall be nominated by a petition, in the form established by the Chief Election Officer, signed by at least 25 registered voters of the election district from which he seeks election. Candidates for Delegate to the United States House of Representatives shall also be nominated by petitions, in forms established by the Chief Election Officer, signed by at least 300 registered voters of the Territory.

(b) Blank petitions shall be made available by the Chief Election Officer.

(c) Executed petitions shall be filed with the Chief Election Officer no later than 4:30 p.m. on the 1st of September of each election year; or, in the case of a special election, no later than 4:30 p.m. on the 60th day prior to the special election.

(d) The Chief Election Officer shall determine whether the nominated candidates are eligible for election, and shall cause ballots to be printed for each office bearing the names of all qualified nominees.

(e) All candidates for representative approved by the Chief Election Officer shall be entitled to one copy each of the list of qualified electors in his election district and the copy shall be made available no later than 24 hours after the close of voter registration in that election district.

(f) All candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, and Delegate to the United States House of Representatives are entitled to a list of all the qualified electors in the Territory within 10 days after the close of registration for the Territory.

6.0302 Challenging the candidates.


(a) Any registered qualified elector may, for any cause not previously decided by the Board of Registration or the High Court in respect to the same person, challenge the right of that person to be a candidate for office in a general or special election. The challenge shall be made no later than 4:30 p.m. on the 3of that person to be a candidate for office in a general or special election. The challenge shall be made no later than 4:30 p.m. on the 3of that person to be a candidate for office in a general or special election. The challenge shall be made no later than 4:30 p.m. on the 3

(b) If neither the challenger nor the challenged appeals the ruling of the Chief Election Officer, then the Chief Election Officer shall cause ballots to be printed, bearing the names of all eligible candidates for the office that was challenged. If an appeal is taken to the High Court, then the Chief Election Officer may delay the printing of ballots for the office challenged until a final determination is made.

6.0303 Appeal to the High Court.


(a) The challenger or the challenged may, not later 4:30 p.m. on the 5th day after the decision of the Chief Election Officer, appeal directly to the Appellate Division of the High Court in the manner provided by law for civil appeals to the High Court.

(b) When the appeal is perfected, the High Court shall hear the matter as soon thereafter as may be reasonable. The determination by the court is final.