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Session Laws, 1987
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WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Governor                    Ch. 609

(1)  Serve in the incapacitated member's place until
the incapacity has ceased;

(2)  Have all the powers and authority, including the
right to vote, and be subject to the duties imposed on an
appointed member of the board by law.

[(g) In Prince George's County, the Governor shall
appoint three substitute members to the board. Two of the members
shall be selected from and shall represent the majority party and
the other member shall be selected from and shall represent the
principal minority party. If a vacancy occurs on the board among
the majority members the Governor shall designate one of the
majority substitute members to fill the vacancy. The substitute
members shall be bound by all of the applicable provisions of
this article as they pertain to substitute members of the
board.]

[(h)] (G) In case of a vacancy in the office of a
substitute member, by reason of death, resignation or
disqualification, occurring when the Senate or the House of
Delegates, as the case may be, is not in session, the Governor
shall appoint some eligible person to fill such vacancy until the
end of the next session of the General Assembly or until some
other person is appointed to the same office, whichever shall
first occur; provided, however, that only a person belonging to
the same political party shall be eligible to be the successor.

[(i)] (H) Before originally appointing any member or
substitute member of a board the Governor shall request the
central committees representing the majority party or the
principal minority party in each county and in the City of
Baltimore, as the case may be, to designate at least four
eligible persons affiliated with the political party of such
central committee for each position. The Governor shall appoint
one of the persons so designated to fill such vacancy, unless in
his judgment all of the persons shall be unfit or incompetent. In
such latter event he shall file a written statement with the
State Administrative Board of Election Laws, setting forth the
facts and the grounds therefor, and shall call upon the committee
for the county or city, as the case may be, for an additional
list of at least four names of persons affiliated with the
political party of such central committee and from such
supplementary list he shall make the particular appointment. If a
list or additional lists are not submitted by the central
committee in accordance herewith within twenty days after a
request, then the Governor may make such appointment from persons
of his own selection affiliated with the political party of the
central committee. In no event shall more than a total of three
lists of any kind be submitted by any one central committee for
any one position as a member or substitute member of a board.

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