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THE REPUBLICAN BOOK AND JOB PRINT.
TITLE IV. ELECTORS AND ELECTIONS.
ELECTION DISTRICTS AND POLLING PRECINCTS.
JUDGES AND CLERKS OF ELECTION.
CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS.
CHAPTER 9. CANVASS AND RETURNS OF ELECTION.
CHAPTER 11. GENERAL PROVISIONS.
TIME OF GENERAL ELECTIONS-WHAT OFFICERS ELECTED.
Sec. 195. There shall be held in the several voting precincts of Wyoming, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, in the year eighteen ninety-two, and on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November in each second year thereafter, a general election, at which the following officers shall be elected: A representative or representatives in congress, members of the senate and house of representatives of the state from each county as provided by law, and to which such county may be entitled, and all state and district executive and judicial officers which are made elective by law, whenever there is a vacancy in any state or district executive or judicial office, or whenever subsequent to such election and prior to the next general election, any state or district executive or judicial offices shall become vacant by reason of the termination of the terms of office of the incumbents therein, provided, however, that whenever a vacancy in any state or district office as aforesaid shall occur, less than twenty-five days prior to such election, then, in that case, at such election no person shall be elected to fill such vacancy.
In re Moore, 4 Wyo. 98.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 100, Sec. 1.]
Sec. 196. At the general election held in the year nineteen hundred and at the general election held every fourth year thereafter, there shall be elected the number of electors of and for the president and vice-president of the United States of America, to which this state may be entitled. [S. L. 1897, Ch. 53, Sec. 1.]
REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS AND MEMBERS STATE LEGISLATURE.
Sec. 197. At each of said elections, there shall also be elected as many representatives in congress, as may be apportioned by congress to this state, and in each county, such state senator or state senators, as the said county may be entitled to by law, and as should be elected at such election, and also such representative or representatives in the legislature of this state, as such county as a representative district shall be entitled to by law.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 68, Sec. 3.]
Sec. 198. At the general election held in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four, and at the general election held every fourth year thereafter, there shall be elected a governor, a secretary of state, an auditor, a treasurer, a superintendent of public instruction, and such other state officers as are, or may be, created by law and made elective, whose election shall occur, or ought to occur at such general election.
In re Moore, 4 Wyo. 98.
VACANCY IN STATE OFFICE.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 68, Sec. 6.]
Sec. 199. At each of said general elections there shall also be elected such state officers as may be required to be elected to fill any vacancy occurring by operation of law, or the constitution of this state, including any vacancy or vacancies in the office of justice of the supreme court.
In re Moore, 4 Wyo. 98.
JUSTICES OF SUPREME COURT.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 68, Sec. 4.]
Sec. 200. Justices of the supreme court shall also be elected at such general election as shall occur next preceding the expiration of their respective terms, whether the same shall be for full terms, or to fill a vacancy or vacancies in an unexpired term.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 68, Sec. 7.]
Sec. 201. At the general election held in the year A. D., eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and at the general election held every sixth year thereafter, there shall be elected in each judicial district in this state one judge of the district court for such judicial district, and in case of a vacancy occurring in the said office of a judge of the district court, in any judicial district of this state, either as now or as hereafter constituted, for any cause whatever, such vacancy shall be filled at the general election, when such vacancy shall be required to be filled by law or the constitution of this state.
COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED.
[S. L. 1890-91, Ch. 68, Sec. S.]
Sec. 202. The following county and precinct officers shall hold their office by election; and there shall be held in the several voting precincts of this state, on the Tuesday next, following the first Monday in November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two, and on the Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, in each second year thereafter, a general election at which the following county and precinct officers shall be elected: