1. A region's governing body shall have the authority to determine procedures for administration of voting and certification of election results for their own Class A Senate elections currently scheduled in the months of February, June, and October.
2. A region's governing body may determine the means of election to Class A Senate election.
3. To ensure a fair process of election, any alternative system of voting chosen by the region's governing body for Class A Senate elections must be conducted in public, on-site, and may not disqualify any candidate meeting the qualifications set in the Constitution.
4. If a region fails to open a vote for their Senator within 12 hours of when polls must open, a Federal Officer of the Executive Branch shall open the vote on behalf of the region.