The Special General Election will be held on Tuesday, June 4th, 2019. More information about this election can be found here.
Run-off candidates from the Special Primary Election held March 26th appear on the ballot for State Senate District 1.
Each election a guide is developed by the local Elections office to cover the steps to become a candidate. For special state vacancy elections, like this one, the guide is provided by the Secretary of State. These guides are for reference only and they do not hold the force or effect of law. Previous Candidate Guides produced locally are available to view.
Information on Federal or State office qualifications and requirements are available through the Secretary of State (SOS) website.
Whether supporting a school bond measure or running for a statewide office, laws and regulations require that candidates and committees report campaign contributions and spending to ensure transparency and accountability for elections.
For State and Local candidates, visit the Fair Political Practices Commission.
For Federal candidates, visit the Federal Election Commission.