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Candidates for [[North Carolina State Senate|State Senate]] and [[North Carolina House of Representatives|State House]] must have registered with the [http://www.ncsbe.gov/content.aspx?id=65 County Board of Elections] by '''February 29, 2012.'''<ref name="state"/><ref name="file">[http://www.ncsbe.gov/content.aspx?id=65 ''North Carolina Board of Elections'' "Candidate Filing Requirements" Accessed April 30, 2012]</ref>
  
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{{nclist}}'''North Carolina ballot measures''' come in the following varieties. There are:
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Revision as of 11:57, 30 April 2012

This page details North Carolina signature requirements. The signatures of registered voters are often required to place candidates or initiatives on the ballot. However, for candidates, filing fees are sometimes required or accepted in lieu of signatures.

Federal offices

U.S. Senate

Candidates for Senate must pay a filing fee of $1,740.[1]

Candidates must also be a U.S. citizen for 9 years, a resident of North Carolina, and a registered voter.[2]

U.S. House

Candidates for House must pay a filing fee of $1,740.[1]

Candidates must also be a U.S. citizen for 7 years, a resident of North Carolina, and a registered voter. [2]

Filing deadlines

2012

See also: Signature requirements and deadlines for 2012 U.S. Congress elections

Candidates for Senate and House must have registered with the North Carolina State Board of Elections by February 29, 2012.[2]

State offices

Statewide executive offices

State legislature

Candidates for State Senate and State House may pay a $207 filing fee, equal to 1% of the annual salary.[1][3]

Candidates for State Senate must also be a qualified North Carolina voter, a resident of North Carolina for two years, and a resident of the district for one year preceding the general election in November.[3]

Candidates for State House must be a qualified voter of North Carolina, and a resident of the district for one year preceding the general election in November.[3]

Filing deadlines

2012

See also: Signature requirements and deadlines for 2012 state government elections

Candidates for State Senate and State House must have registered with the County Board of Elections by February 29, 2012.[3][4]

Ballot measures

North Carolina
LawsHistory
List of measures
North Carolina ballot measures come in the following varieties. There are:

See also

External links

References