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Candidate filing period opens in Vermont
|By Lauren Rodgers|
MONTPELIER, Vermont: August 28, 2012. A total of 188 offices are up for election this year at the state and federal levels.
|What's on the Vermont Ballot in 2012|
|U.S. Senate (1 seat)|
|U.S. House (1 seat)|
|State Executives (6 seats)|
|State Senate (30 seats)|
|State House (150 seats)|
|Ballot measures (0 measures)|
In order to appear on the primary ballot, potential candidates must file Consent of Candidate forms and nominating petitions, which are available online through the Vermont Secretary of State's Elections Division. Major party candidates for statewide or Congressional seats must obtain 500 signatures and file with the Vermont Secretary of State. Candidates for the state Senate must obtain 100 signatures and file with the Senatorial District Clerk. Candidates wishing to run for the Vermont House of Representatives must collect 50 signatures and file with the Representative District Clerk. For independent candidates, the signature requirements are the same, but all paperwork must be filed with the Vermont Secretary of State.
- Vermont elections, 2012
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- Vermont State Senate elections, 2012
- Vermont House of Representatives elections, 2012
- United States Senate elections in Vermont, 2012
- United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont, 2012