CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Candidates planning to run for office in West Virginia's May 10 primary election may file their paperwork beginning Monday, Secretary of State Mac Warner said.
Northwest Indiana voters will have no shortage of candidates among which to choose this year's Democratic and Republican nominees for federal, state and county offices.
Highland Clerk-Treasurer Michael Griffin is opting against launching a campaign to try to represent Northwest Indiana in the U.S. House.
The Democratic and Republican primary election ballots are beginning to take shape with less than two weeks remaining until the Feb. 7 filing deadline for federal, state and local candidates in Indiana.
At county courthouses and the Statehouse Wednesday candidates for president of the United States, U.S. House, Indiana governor, and other state and county offices officially applied for placement on the May 5 primary election ballot on the first day to file.