Code of Maryland Regulations
Title 14 - INDEPENDENT AGENCIES
Subtitle 30 - STATE HIGHER EDUCATION LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Chapter 14.30.05 - Elections
14.30.05.16 - Objections to the Conduct of a Party

Universal Citation: MD Code Reg 14.30.05.16

14.30.05.16. Objections to the Conduct of a Party

A. At any time before the eighth day following the report of the election results to the Executive Director, a party to the election who objects to prejudicial conduct of another party may file an objection with the Executive Director.

B. Activities of a party to an election which materially compromise the secret ballot process, effectively disenfranchise eligible voters, or otherwise substantially interfere with a free and fair election are grounds for an objection.

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