By Evan Smith, Herald writer
The candidates who want to run for both the short term in the old 1st Congressional District and a full term will have to pay the filing fee twice.
A candidate will need to pay $1,740 – 1 percent of the annual congressional salary – to file for the full term or collect 1,740 signatures, and meet the same standard to file for the short term.
Candidates file for ballot positions May 14-18. Both the short term and the full term will appear on the August primary ballot, with the top two vote getters in each position advancing to the general election.
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