§3-1-14. Presidential electors; how chosen; duties; vacancies; compensation.
Electors of president and vice president of the United States shall be nominated as provided in section twenty-one of article five of this chapter but their names shall be omitted from the general election ballot, as provided in section two of article six of this chapter, to be voted on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November 1964, and every fourth year thereafter.
The presidential electors shall meet in the office of the Governor at the capital of this state, on the day now appointed, or which shall hereafter be appointed, by the Congress of the United States and vote for the president and for the vice president of the United States in the manner prescribed by the Constitution and the laws of the United States. If any of the electors so chosen fail to attend at the time appointed, the electors present shall appoint an elector in place of each one so failing to attend, and every elector so appointed shall be entitled to vote in the same manner as if he had been originally chosen by the people.
Each presidential elector shall receive as compensation the sum of $10 a day for attending such meeting, including the time spent in traveling to and from the place of meeting and in addition thereto the sum of 10¢ for every mile necessarily traveled in going to and returning from the place of meeting, by the most direct route.