22 CFR 1422.22 - Inconclusive elections.

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§ 1422.22 Inconclusive elections.
(a) An inconclusive election is one in which none of the choices on the ballot is declared the winner. If there are no challenged ballots that would affect the results of the election, the Regional Director may declare the election a nullity and may order another election providing for a selection from among the choices afforded in the previous ballot.
(b) Only one further election pursuant to this section may be held.

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