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Section 3513.111 | Nominating candidates for election as presidential electors.


(A) Any major political party that does not hold a state convention under section 3513.11 of the Revised Code shall nominate candidates for election as presidential electors in accordance with this section.

(B) In accordance with party rules, in 1992 and in each fourth year thereafter, the executive committee of the state central committee of a major political party described in division (A) of this section shall nominate candidates for election as presidential electors to be voted for at the general election to be held that year. The nomination of these candidates shall occur no later than forty days prior to the general election. Within five days after these candidates are nominated, the chairman or secretary of the executive committee, or, in the absence of the chairman or secretary, a member of the committee designated by a majority of the other members of the committee, shall certify in writing to the secretary of state the names of all persons so nominated.

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