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2011 Political Calendar

November 30, 2010
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January 1: First day in which candidates can formally qualify for elective office.
January 4: Legislative session begins.

March 1: Qualifying deadline for elective office. Note: This is the qualifying deadline for legislative office IF the census has been received by January 1. It is the qualifying deadline for all other offices regardless.

April 3: Legislative session ends.

May 10: Periodic campaign finance reports due.

June 1: Qualifying deadline for legislative office IF the census had not been received by January 1.
June 10: Periodic campaign finance report due.

July 3: Deadline for voter registration for those who wish to participate in primary election.
July 8: Periodic campaign finance report due.
July 24: “Forty-Eight Hour Report” due.

August 2: Primary election.
August 14: “Forty-Eight Hour Report” due for candidates in runoff.
August 23: Primary runoff election.

October 9: Deadline for voter registration for those who wish to participate in general election.
October 10: Periodic campaign finance report due.
October 30: “Forty-Eight Hour Report” due.

November 8: General election.

December 8: Deadline for Secretary of State’s office to certify general election results.

A full calendar is available here.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. someoneinnorthms permalink
    November 30, 2010 7:16 pm

    Remember that the qualifying deadline is only extended (if necessary) for legislative candidates. It is not extended for statewide, state district, county or county district offices.

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