Examples of Regular election in a sentence
Regular election" means an election or a referendum held at a regular time prescribed by statute.[PL 1985, c.
Regular election of officers shall take place at the first regular meeting of the Council in August of each school year or until their successors have been duly elected.
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Regular election of officers shall take place at the December meeting after nominations have been closed.