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File #: CA-2-22    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Charter Amendment Status: In Committee
File created: 8/23/2022 In control: Board of Supervisors of Elections
On agenda: 9/19/2022 Final action:
Title: Board of Supervisors of Election - For the purpose of expanding the Board of Supervisors of Elections from three members to five members.
Sponsors: Rob Savidge, Ross Arnett
Indexes: Board of Supervisors of Elections, Finance Committee
Attachments: 1. CA-2-22 First Reader, 2. CA-2-22 Staff Report, 3. CA-2-22 Fiscal Impact Note, 4. R-52-22 Amendment 1 - Savidge
Title
Board of Supervisors of Election - For the purpose of expanding the Board of Supervisors of Elections from three members to five members.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Charter Amendment 2-22

Introduced by: Ald. Savidge
Co-sponsored by: Ald. Arnett

Referred to
The Board of Supervisors of Elections
Rules and City Government Committee

A CHARTER AMENDMENT Resolution concerning

THE CHARTER - Article II - Board of Supervisors of Elections

FOR the purpose of expanding the Board of Supervisors of Elections from three members to five members.

BY repealing and reenacting the following portions of the City Charter:
Article II, Section VI

SECTION I: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that the Charter of the City of Annapolis shall be amended to read as follows:

THE CHARTER
Article II - ELECTION OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN/ALDERWOMEN

Sec. 6 - Board of supervisors of elections.

A. There is a board of supervisors of elections of the City of Annapolis, consisting of three (3) residents in and voters of the city, two (2) of whom shall always be selected from the leading political parties of the state, one (1) from each of such parties. The third member may be selected from either of the leading political parties of the state or from any other political party. The Board of Supervisors of Elections shall be comprised of five residents who are also registered voters of the city: two of whom are from the leading political parties of the state, two of whom are from either of the leading political parties of the state, and one of whom is not a member of either of the leading political parties of the state. The members shall be persons of approved integrity and capacity, and may not hold elective office, nor be candidates for elective office during their terms of office. Members shall serve without compensation.

SECTION II: AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that a notice of public hearing was published on the prop...

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