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Candidate Filings Announced For Seward County
05/11/2012

Darrell Long, democrat, has filed for Fargo Township Trustee. E. Paul Boles, republican incumbent has filed for Seward Township Treasurer. County filings to date include the following; (candidate filings are not listed in any order) C.J. Wettstein, republican incumbent, for Seward County Commission District 1 Jim Rice, republican incumbent, for Seward County Commission District 5 Don Scott, republican incumbent, for Seward County Attorney Karen J. Warden, republican incumbent, for Seward County Register of Deeds Bill McBryde, republican incumbent, for Seward County Sheriff Stacia Long, republican incumbent, for Seward County Clerk Sherry Wilson, republican incumbent, for Seward County Treasurer Larry Phillips, republican, for County Commission District 1 State candidate filings to date include J. Stephen Alford, republican incumbent, State House of Representative District 124; Carl D. Holmes, republican incumbent, and Reid Petty, republican, for State House of Representative District 125. The filing deadline for U.S. House, Kansas Senate, Kansas House, and State Board of Education is now Monday, June 11th at 12:00 p.m. The filing deadline changes ONLY for those offices affected by redistricting. The filing deadline remains unchanged for elected judges, county, township, precinct and other local officials.
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