Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 400
(a) Prior to each primary and election, the superintendent shall
obtain from the Secretary of State a sufficient number of cards of
instruction for guidance of electors. Such cards of instruction
shall include such portions of this chapter as deemed necessary by
the Secretary of State and shall be printed for the type of voting
equipment or ballots used in the county or municipality. The
superintendent shall also obtain from the Secretary of State a
sufficient number of blank forms of oaths of poll officers, voter's
certificates, notices of penalties, oaths of assisted electors,
numbered list of voters, tally sheets, return sheets, and such other
forms and supplies required by this chapter, in each precinct of the
county or municipality.
(b) As an aid to electors, sample ballots or ballot labels may be
printed and published in any newspaper generally and regularly
circulated within the county or municipality, so long as the
facsimile is labeled "Sample Ballot" and is at least 25 percent
larger or smaller than the official ballot. Reprints of such
newspaper printings may be procured and distributed by any elector.
Election officials may also prepare and distribute sample ballots or
ballot labels or portions thereof, provided they are labeled "Sample
Ballot" and are of a different color and at least 25 percent larger
or smaller than the official ballot or ballot label.
(c) In those counties and municipalities which employ the use of vote recorders or voting machines, the superintendent shall prepare sample or facsimile ballot labels for each general election which shall contain each question and the candidates who are offering for election for each office which will be voted upon in the county or municipality. The superintendent shall maintain such sample or facsimile ballot labels at the county courthouse for distribution upon request to interested electors. Such sample or facsimile ballot labels shall comply with Code Section 21-2-575.