Information required on petition
- • certification of petition
(1) A nominating petition of a candidate seeking the nomination of a major political party shall contain a statement that each elector whose signature appears on the petition is a member of the same major political party as is the candidate.
(2) A nominating petition of any candidate shall contain the number of signatures of electors required by ORS 249.068 (Requirements regarding number and distribution of persons signing partisan petitions) or 249.072 (Requirements regarding number and distribution of persons signing nonpartisan petitions) and the residence or mailing address and name or number of the precinct, if known, of each elector whose signature appears.
(3) Pursuant to ORS 249.008 (Verification of signatures by county clerk or Secretary of State), the county clerks or the Secretary of State shall certify the signatures contained in the nominating petition for genuineness. [1979 c.190 §112; 2007 c.155 §4; 2007 c.881 §3; 2017 c.749 §44]
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