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In accordance with the authority contained in Chapter 57-1754, Laws of Florida, Special Acts 1957, §§ 35.02 and 35.03 are hereby established as the procedure for absentee balloting in all elections.
('58 Code, § 12.01)
(A) Any absent city elector may make application to the City Clerk, either in person or by mail at any time during the 45 days preceding any election, but not later than 5:00 p.m. of the day preceding the election, upon a blank to be furnished by the City Clerk for the official ballot to be voted at the election period. The blank shall be substantially in the form as provided in F.S. § 101.64.
('58 Code, § 12.02) (Ord. 69-18, passed 1-6-69)
(B) The City Clerk shall in accordance with F.S. § 101.64, where not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter, mail, number, and provide return envelopes with form of elector's certificate.
('58 Code, § 12.03)
(C) All marked absent electors' ballots to be counted must be received by the City Clerk by 5:00 p.m. of the date preceding any election.
('58 Code, § 12.04)
(Ord. 682, passed 6-30-58)
Authority of City Commission to establish conditions and regulations for absentee voting, see Charter section 73.