Sec. 3.10. Nominations.
The method of nomination of candidates for all offices provided for in this Charter which are to be filled by the electors of the city shall be by petition. Such petitions for each candidate shall be signed by not less than 25 nor more than 50 qualified registered electors of the city. No person shall sign his name to a greater number of petitions for any one office than there are persons to be elected to said office at said election. Where the signature of any individual appears on more petitions than there are candidates to be elected to said office, the signature of such individuals on all such petitions shall be invalidated. Nomination petitions shall be filed with the Clerk. The Clerk shall publish notice of the last day, time and place permitted for filing nomination petitions, of the names of offices to which persons are to be elected, and of the number of persons to be elected to each office at the next city election, at least one week and not more than three weeks before such date.
Editor's Note: The fourth sentence of Charter § 3.10 is superseded by MCL 168.547a. The date for filing of nominating petitions provided for in Charter § 3.10 is superseded by MCL 168.644f.