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[85 STAT. 789]
[85 STAT. 789]
PUBLIC LAW 92-000—MMMM. DD, 1971

85 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 92-220-DEC. 23, 1971

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(5) Clause (8) of subsection (a) of section 5 of such Act {J).C. Code, sec, 1-1105). is amended by inserting immediately before "'copy" the ^^ Stat. 8i7. word "sample". (6) Clause (4) of subsection (a) of section 5 of such Act (D.C. Code, sec. 1-1105), is amended by striking out "school. ^^ Stat. 7oo; (7) Section 5 of such Act (D.C. Code, sec. 1-1105), is amended (A) Prrsidentrai by redesignating subsections (b). (c). and (d) as subsections (c), preference pri(d), and (e), respectively, and (B) by adding after subsection (a) Bo7rdr'^°"*°^ the following: " (b)(1) The Board shall, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May of each presidential election year, conduct a presidential preference primary election within the District of Columbia in which the registered qualified voters therein may express their preference for candidates of each political party of the District of CWumbia for nomination for President. "(2) Xo person shall be listed on the ballot as a candidate for nomination for President in such primary unless there shall have been filed with the Board no later than forty-five days before the date of such presidential primary election a petition on behalf of his candidacy signed by the candidate and at least one thousand qualified electors of the District of Columbia who are registered under section 7 of this Act, and of the same political party as the nominee. "(3) Candidates for delegate and alternates where permitted by political party rules to a particular political party national convention convened to nominate that party's candidate for President shall be listed on the ballot of the presidential preference primary held under this Act as— " (A) full slates of candidates for delegates supporting a candidate for nomination for President if there shall have been filed with the Board, no later than forty-five days before the date of such presidential primary, a petition on behalf of such slate's candidacy signed by the candidates on the slate, the candidate for nomination for President supported by the slate, and by at least one thousand qualified electors of the District of Columbia who are registered under section 7 of this Act and are of the same jj^^^' ^°'^^ ^' political party as the candidates on such slate; " (B) full slates of candidates for delegates not committed to support any named candidate for nomination for President if there shall have been filed with the Board, no later than fortyfive days before the date of such presidential primary, a petition on behalf of such slate's candidacy, signed by the candidates on the slate and by at least one thousand qualified electors of the District of Columbia who have registered under section 7 of this Act and are of the same political party as the candidates on such slate; (C) an individual candidate for delegate supporting a candidate for nomination for President if there shall have been filed with the Board, no later than forty-five days before the date of such presidential primary, a petition on behalf of such candidate, signed by the candidate and by at least one thousand qualified electors of the District of Columbia who have registered under section 7 of this Act and are of the same political party as the candidate; or " (D) an individual not committed to support any named candidate for nomination for President if there shall have been filed with the Board, no latter than forty-five days before the date of such presidential primary, a petition on behalf of such candidate, signed by the candidate and by at least one thousand qualified