Pennsylvania Secretary of State Nudges Candidates on Filing Deadline

The Pennsylvania Secretary of State Carol Aichele on Friday reminded candidates of the fast-approaching deadlines for filing nominating petitions to get on the ballot for Pennsylvania's April 24 primary election.
by false | February 10, 2012
 

The Pennsylvania Secretary of State Carol Aichele on Friday reminded candidates of the fast-approaching deadlines for filing nominating petitions to get on the ballot for Pennsylvania's April 24 primary election.

"Because of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court order regarding the redrawing of state legislative districts, there are two separate deadlines for filing nominating petitions, depending on the office for which a person wishes to run," Aichele said.

Tuesday, Feb. 14 is the deadline for filing nominating petitions for candidates for president of the United States, U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, attorney general, auditor general, treasurer, and delegate to the Republican or Democratic conventions.

The deadline to file petitions for senator and representative in Pennsylvania's General Assembly is Feb. 16, 2012. The deadline was extended for the House and Senate races in the state Supreme Court's recent order remanding the map of state districts to the Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

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