Kansas candidates for U.S. Congress, state legislature have until June 11 to file

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May 31, 2012


TOPEKA, Kansas: In what has turned into a confusing elections calendar, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) issued a news release today reminding candidates for Congress and the state legislature that they have until Monday, June 11 to file. Meanwhile, candidates for local offices and some state offices, including district attorney and elected judicial offices, have until tomorrow.[1]

The date for all offices was originally set for June 1, but a delay in the redistricting process caused the state to push back the filing deadline for those offices affected.[2]

This year all four U.S. House seats are on the ballot, along with all 40 state senate seats and 125 state House seats.

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