12-22-1 "Contest" defined. 12-22-2 Candidate's right to institute contest--Legislative contests excepted. 12-22-3 Right to institute contest on submitted question--Judge's permission required. 12-22-4 Electoral candidates' and party chairman's right to institute contest of presidential election. 12-22-5 Time of commencement of contest--Commencement after recount. 12-22-6 Time of commencement of contest of presidential election. 12-22-7 Original jurisdiction of contests. 12-22-8 Summons and complaint to commence contest. 12-22-9 Service of summons and complaint--Time of serving. 12-22-10 Court orders to expedite proceedings. 12-22-11 Joinder of parties in commencement of contest--Denomination of plaintiffs and defendants. 12-22-12 Intervention by other candidates--Assertion of right to nomination or office. 12-22-13 Designation of defendants in contest of presidential election. 12-22-14 Title of proceeding on submitted question. 12-22-15 Service of summons and complaint in contest on submitted question--Intervention. 12-22-16 Answer to present all defenses--Admission of matters not denied--Affirmative defense. 12-22-17 Hearing on contest--Default judgment prohibited. 12-22-18 Court to proceed expeditiously--Designation of judge and relief from other duties. 12-22-19 Official returns or recount conclusive as to accuracy of count--Other issues determined in contest. 12-22-20 Certiorari to review recount as alternative remedy--Consolidation of proceedings. 12-22-21 Judgment withheld while recount or certiorari pending--Judgment declaring election result. 12-22-22 Supreme Court order directing consolidation of contests involving same office or question--Duty of judges and attorneys to notify Supreme Court. 12-22-23 Conflicting circuit court decisions on same submitted question--Appeal determinative--Direction to attorney general to prosecute appeal. 12-22-24 Procedure as in other civil proceedings. 12-22-25 Right of appeal to Supreme Court--Expediting proceedings in Supreme Court--Combining with appeal from certiorari to review recount. 12-22-26 Notice of intention to institute legislative contest--Time for service--Answer. 12-22-27 Depositions in legislative contest--Filing with secretary of state. 12-22-28 Public funds not used for legislative contest. 12-22-29 Candidate's right to contest primary election--Filing of complaint--Circuit court jurisdiction. 12-22-30 Notation of filing of complaint in primary contest--Date of hearing--Apparently successful candidate as defendant. 12-22-31 Service of order fixing hearing date on primary contest--Answer. 12-22-32 Hearing of primary contest in or out of term--Preference in order of hearing. 12-22-33 Dismissal of insufficient complaint--Hearing of evidence--Entry of orders and decisions. 12-22-34 Elections to which primary contest law applies. 12-22-35 Supreme Court jurisdiction of primary contests for state office.