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Filing continues until noon on Monday, July 6th.
 
Filing for Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor opened yesterday, Monday June 8th, at 12 Noon.
Filing for Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor opened yesterday, Monday June 8th, at 12 Noon.
 
As candidate filing closed, many exciting races and storylines began to take shape in federal and statewide races.
As candidate filing closed, many exciting races and storylines began to take shape in federal and statewide races.
 
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
 
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
 
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
 
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
Here is a complete list of candidates who have filed for the upcoming 2020 primary
 
The 2020 election season starts unofficially today at noon, with the opening of candidate filing for most races.
The 2020 election season starts unofficially today at noon, with the opening of candidate filing for most races.
 
After a ruling by a three-judge panel in Wake County Superior Court on Monday, the State Board of Elections is now accepting filings for candidates for North Carolina’s 13 congressional districts in 2020.
After a ruling by a three-judge panel in Wake County Superior Court on Monday, the State Board of Elections is now accepting filings for candidates for North Carolina’s 13 congressional districts in 2020.
 
Candidate filing in North Carolina starts on December 2, but one group of candidates will not be able to file that day.
Candidate filing in North Carolina starts on December 2, but one group of candidates will not be able to file that day.
 
Candidate filing for city, town and village offices across North Carolina begins at noon Friday, July 5, and ends at noon Friday, July 19.
Candidate filing for city, town and village offices across North Carolina begins at noon Friday, July 5, and ends at noon Friday, July 19.
 
The following is all primary candidates filed for Beaufort County for the 2018 Election
The following is all primary candidates filed for Beaufort County for the 2018 Election
 
In an outrageous abuse of power, the North Carolina Democratic Party teamed up with Democrat State Attorney General Josh Stein to try and stop the Republican Party from recruiting candidates for public office
In an outrageous abuse of power, the North Carolina Democratic Party teamed up with Democrat State Attorney General Josh Stein to try and stop the Republican Party from recruiting candidates for public office
 
Tomorrow, Wednesday 28th, is the last day of the candidate filing period
Tomorrow, Wednesday 28th, is the last day of the candidate filing period
 
The following is all primary candidates filed for Beaufort County for the 2018 Election
The following is all primary candidates filed for Beaufort County for the 2018 Election
 
The regular filing period begins at noon Monday, Feb. 12, and ends at noon Feb. 28 for candidates running for most elected offices across North Carolina in 2018
The regular filing period begins at noon Monday, Feb. 12, and ends at noon Feb. 28 for candidates running for most elected offices across North Carolina in 2018
 
The power of incumbency, gerrymandered election districts, and a growing national distaste for politics in general might be the causes of having voter ballots for the May 6 primary election showing more blanks than the responses to a pop quiz.
The power of incumbency, gerrymandered election districts, and a growing national distaste for politics in general might be the causes of having voter ballots for the May 6 primary election showing more blanks than the responses to a pop quiz.
 
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