Any candidate who shall receive, at the primary election, a majority of the votes cast shall be declared elected to the office for which he or she is a candidate, effective as of the date of the general election, and no further election shall be held as to said candidate; except that, in the case where more candidates than number of offices being elected, receive a majority of the votes cast, only the number of candidates equal to the number of offices being filled shall be so declared elected. In that event, those candidates receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared elected. Nothing on the ballot in any primary election shall be indicative of the source of the candidacy or of the support of the candidate.
(Prior Code, § 2-4.04) (Ord. 591, passed - -; Ord. 938, passed 12-12-2014)