Section 4.6  PRIMARY ELECTION, NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
   a.   If, for any office, there should be nominated more than twice the number of persons to be elected to that office, a primary election shall be held among the electors entitled to vote for that office under this Charter.  The names of the two candidates receiving the most votes shall be placed on the ballot for that office in the General Election.
ANNOTATION:  AS AMENDED BY VOTE OF ELECTORS ON NOVEMBER 5, 1991.
   b.   If, upon expiration of the time for filing petitions for any non partisan primary election, there are nominated for any office no more than twice the number of persons to be elected to that office, the City Clerk shall certify to the proper board of election commissioners the names of such candidates whose petitions have been properly filed and such candidates shall be the nominees for such offices and shall be so certified.  As to such offices there shall be no primary election and such offices shall be omitted from any primary election ballot.