b. the name and business or residence address of at least three sponsors of the recall petition who shallconstitute a recall committee which shall represent the sponsors and signers of the recall petition in mattersrelating to the recall effort, provided that no recall committee shall sponsor the recall of more than oneofficeholder and, if a recall effort fails at the ballot, the sponsoring recall committee and the members thereof shall not again sponsor, nor shall the recall committee again finance, an effort to recall the targeted officeholder during the same term of office in which the failed recall effort was attempted;c. the name of the recall committee, which shall be expressed in the following form: "COMMITTEE TORECALL (name of the official sought to be recalled) FROM THE OFFICE OF (name of the office)";d. a statement certified by each member of the recall committee that the member is registered to vote in the jurisdiction of the official sought to be recalled and that the member supports the recall of the named officialand accepts the responsibilities associated with serving on the recall committee;e. at the option of the recall committee, a statement, not in excess of 200 words, of the reasons for the recall;andf. a statement as to whether the recall election shall be held at the next general election or regular election, asappropriate, or at a special election, as provided in section 13 of this act.
19:27A-7. Review of notice of intention; approval; publication; answer
7. a. Upon receiving a notice of intention, the recall election official shall review it for compliance with the provisions of section 6 of this act. If the notice of intention is found to be in compliance, the recall electionofficial shall imprint on the face of that notice a statement of the official's approval thereof, which statementshall identify the public office held by the official and include the signature of the official and the date on whichthe approval was given, and shall, within three business days of receiving the notice, return a certified copy of the approved notice to the recall committee. If the recall committee has requested that the recall election beheld at a special election, the recall election official shall also prepare, within that same three-day period, anestimate of the cost of conducting the recall election which shall be added to the notice of intention and printedon the first page of each section of the petition as required by section 8 of this act. The official shall retain, andshall hold available for public inspection and copying, the original notice so approved for a period of not lessthan five years from the date of such approval. If the notice of intention is found not to be in compliance, therecall election official shall, within that period of three business days, return the notice, together with a writtenstatement indicating the reasons for that finding, to the recall committee, which shall have the opportunity tofile a corrected notice of intention. b. Within five business days of approving a notice of intention, the recall election official shall serve a copy of the approved notice of intention on the official sought to be recalled by personal delivery or certified mail, andwithin two weeks of approving the notice of intention shall cause a copy thereof to be printed in a newspaper published in the jurisdiction or, if none exists, in a newspaper generally circulated within the jurisdiction, andaffix to the approved notice of intention previously filed an affidavit of the time and manner of service and proof of publication. The copy of the notice of intention which is published shall be abbreviated to includeinformation on only three members of the recall committee who shall be designated for that purpose by thecommittee. The recall election official shall retain on file the affidavit and proof for so long as the approvednotice of intention is retained.c. Within five business days of being served with a notice of intention, the official sought to be recalled mayfile an answer to the proposed recall, not to exceed 200 words, with the recall election official if the notice of intention contained a statement of the reasons for the recall. An answer shall be used solely to provideinformation to the voters and shall be printed on the first page of each section of the petition in the manner 3