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77.660. Recall petition, election on, when, form of question--removal of official, when, vacancy created

MO ST 77.660Vernon's Annotated Missouri StatutesTitle VII. Cities, Towns and Villages [Chs. 71-100] (Approx. 2 pages)

77.660. Recall petition, election on, when, form of question--removal of official, when, vacancy created

MO ST 77.660Vernon's Annotated Missouri StatutesTitle VII. Cities, Towns and Villages [Chs. 71-100] (Approx. 2 pages)

Vernon's Annotated Missouri Statutes
Title VII. Cities, Towns and Villages [Chs. 71-100]
Chapter 77. Cities of the Third Classification (Refs & Annos)
V.A.M.S. 77.660
77.660. Recall petition, election on, when, form of question--removal of official, when, vacancy created
1. A special election shall be held on the recall petition as soon as practicable and as may be determined by the election authority of the county. The question to be presented to the voters at such election shall be in substantially the following form:
Empty Checkbox​ FOR the removal of ....................(name of officer) from the office of ........................(title of office)
Empty Checkbox​ AGAINST the removal of ................(name of officer) from the office of ...................(title of office)
2. If a majority of the qualified electors voting on the question at such election shall vote FOR the removal of such officer, a vacancy shall exist in such office. If a majority of the qualified electors voting on the question at such election shall vote AGAINST the removal of such officer, such officer shall continue to serve during the term for which elected.

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(L.1982, H.B. No. 1120, p. 245, § A(§ 4).)
V. A. M. S. 77.660, MO ST 77.660
Statutes are current through the end of the 2023 First Regular Session of the 102nd General Assembly. Constitution is current through the November 8, 2022 General Election.
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