Filing for county and statewide elections open next week

Ponca City Now - April 4, 2014 6:50 am

The filing period for statewide and county election activity starts Wednesday at 8 a.m.

Cheryl Howard, Kay County Election Board said the county offices up for election are:

County Assesor

County Treasurer

District 1 County Commissioner

District 3 County Commissioner

According to the State of Oklahoma the statewide offices up for election in the area are:

U.S. Senator, full 6-year term

U.S. Senator, unexpired term

District 3 U.S. Representative, 2-year term

District 10 State Senator, Kay and Osage county, 4-year term

District 37 State Represenative, Kay and Osage county, 2-year term

District 38 State Represenative, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Logan and Noble county, 2 -year term

District 8 Judge, Kay and Noble county, 4-year term

District 8 Attorney, Kay and Noble county, 4-year term

Current District 8 Attorney, Brian Hermanson has already announced his plan to run for re-election.

Candidates for state offices file with the secretary of the State Election Board.

Candidates for county offices file with the secretary of the County Election Board.

The county election and primary election for statewide offices is June 24.

The runoff primary election for statewide offices is Aug. 26 and the general election is Nov. 4.

According to the State Election board more than 500 candidates are expected to file for state and federal elections.

To download a candidate filing packet or get other information about the filing period, visit the State Election Board’s website: http://elections.ok.gov .

 

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