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SECTION 3-414
Election inspectors and poll clerks; oath of office, certificate of appointment
Election (ELN) CHAPTER 17, ARTICLE 3, TITLE 4
§ 3-414. Election inspectors and poll clerks; oath of office,
certificate of appointment. 1. Every person designated and certified as
an election inspector shall, within ten days after notice of
certification, take and subscribe the constitutional and statutory oath
of office, which shall be administered by a commissioner of elections,
or by any employee of the board of elections who shall be designated in
writing to administer such oaths, or by the clerk of the city or town in
which the election district for which such person is certified is
located. Oaths of office shall be filed in the office of the board of
elections.

2. Every person so sworn shall receive a certificate of appointment in
such form as may be approved by the board under which he serves, and
such form shall specify the capacity and the election district or
districts, in which he is to serve and the date of the expiration of the
term of office.