|2021 Open Offices||2021 Election Guide for Candidates (coming soon)|
Last day for a candidate to withdraw was 4:30 p.m., May 24, 2021.
Voters’ Pamphlet Information
Must be submitted online. Deadline to submit information is the week after filing week closes - Friday, May 29, at 4:30 p.m.
You will receive an email after your Declaration of Candidacy as been approved with a link to submit your
voters’ pamphlet information.
Have your biography information, statement, and photo ready before you start the pamphlet submittal process.
1. Biography - Word limit - 100
The biographical information must be 100 words or less allocated between four subsection headings.
Biographical information should be organized in accordance with the four subsection headings listed below. Subsection headings are not included in the word count.
- Elected Experience. (Judges use Legal/Judicial Experience)
- Other Professional Experience.
- Community Service.
2. Statement - Word limit
State Senator – 200 words - 4 paragraphs
State Representative – 100 words - 2 paragraphs
County offices – 200 words - 4 paragraphs
Judicial offices – 200 words - 4 paragraphs
Hyphenated or slashed words will be counted as a separate words. (Example - "Around-the-corner" = 3 words)
- Submit one portrait photo - jpeg or .tiff (Head and shoulders) For best results use a light-colored background, (not white).
- Photos should be less than 1 MB, (If larger, photos take will take too long to load for the online guide.)
- Clothing or insignia that suggest holding a public office are not allowed (e.g., judicial robes, law enforcement or military uniforms).
- Color or black and white photo. (Color will be used in the online guide, and converted to black and white for the printed Local Voters’ Pamphlet.)
You may NOT submit a new statement for the General Election. The information submitted will be used for both the Primary Election and General Election.
Public Disclosure Commission
Candidates are advised to verify that they are in compliance with all state, county, and local laws.
Archived Election Information
Looking for examples of candidate statements? See voters’ pamphlets from previous elections.