Code of Maryland Regulations
Chapter 14.30.05 - Elections - Runoff Election

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg Runoff Election

A. The Executive Director shall conduct a runoff election when no choice receives a majority of ballots cast except in the circumstances described in Regulation .13B of this chapter.

B. A runoff election shall be held at least 10 days, and not later than 30 days, after the Board resolves all relevant and properly filed objections.

C. Only employees who were eligible to vote in the initial election and who remain in the bargaining unit on the date of the runoff election are eligible to vote in the runoff election.

D. The ballot in a runoff election shall provide for a choice between the choices receiving the two largest numbers of votes in the initial election.

E. The order of appearance of the choices on a runoff ballot shall be the same as on the initial ballot.

F. Regulations .08-.12 of this chapter, together with other relevant provisions of this subtitle, apply to the runoff election. The Executive Director may reconvene the parties for a preelection conference before issuance of the runoff election order.

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