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The candidate filing period for the 2006 political season got under way last week and continues through noon April 4.

The candidate filing period for the 2006 political season got under way last week and continues through noon April 4. Candidates who will file with the secretary of state's office include those seeking federal, state and district offices and nonpartisan judicial scats in the May 23 preferential primary election and nonpartisan judicial general election. Candidates for country, municipal and township offices must file with their county clerk. The deadline for registering to vote in the May primary is April 24.
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Title Annotation:Business Briefs
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Mar 27, 2006
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