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Late GAA election method change is not available for any tax year beginning on or after Jan.
Once the election process begins by candidates qualifying for the judge position, the election method is the method by which the judicial position is to be filled," the court said in that advisory opinion.
In order to consider trends in executive-election methods, we need to establish what sorts of methods promote bipolarizing and nationalizing effects: (1) an election method that encourages a face-off between two major contenders, and (2) direct election.
The Assembly will set up an independent commission by Easter to examine whether powers should be changed and whether the election method should be altered.
The election method has been criticized as lacking transparency and dominated by behind-the-scenes maneuvering among intraparty factions.
Aqua Vie was also the only one of the designated group that chose the merger/successor issuer election method of compliance.
However, during that process, the method for electing the president was discussed in reference to the election method; this was presented to the people as a method only in a referendum where the people picked an election method.
The election method aims to "help our church and by extension our churchgoing people," the Archbishop said.
9539) that further simplify an election method by which taxpayers may use a standard rate to reduce a research credit under Sec.
It was important to us from the very beginning that the rights of our workers be protected and that an independent validation procedure be part of the election method.
They recognized that this election method required them to reach a broad cross section of citizens.
Councilwoman Jackie Goldberg said it is not coincidence that the initiative backers, in seeking to change the election method, are getting advice from former Deputy Mayor Mike Keeley, who resigned last year under criticism for leaking a confidential city legal opinion to legal counsel.
Its three dominant characteristics are its individual-based election method, representation or delegation, and its majority-based nature.
The Gang of 9, a collection of area business people, wants to adopt the election method used in Springfield, where councilors live in particular districts but are chosen by all of the city's voters.
Under the current election method, an 800-member committee composed of mostly pro-Beijing businessmen and politicians casts votes for a candidate.