SEC. 23-15-984. Number of votes to which electors entitled; effect of excessive number of votes.
The qualified electors may vote for one or more candidates, but not to exceed the number of positions to be filled in the particular judicial election. In the event that a qualified elector votes for a number of candidates exceeding the number of positions to be filled, then his or her ballot shall not be counted.
SOURCES: Laws, 1994, ch 564, Sec. 86, eff from and after September 6, 1994 (the date the United States Attorney General interposed no objection to the addition of this section)