25 CFR 90.47 - Contesting elections.

§ 90.47 Contesting elections.
Any unsuccessful candidate may before noon on Monday next following the tribal election file with the supervisor a challenge to the correctness of the vote cast for the office for which he was a candidate, which challenge must be accompanied by a deposit of $500. The election board or the supervisor shall order a recount and proceed with same as provided in this part. If the recount results in the contestant being elected, the deposit shall be refunded; otherwise, the deposit shall be used to defray all expenses of said recount and any balance not so used shall be returned to the contestant.
[32 FR 10254, July 12, 1967. Redesignated at 47 FR 13327, Mar. 30, 1982]

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