Nov. 8, 2019 is qualifying deadline for Democratic Party 2020 Primary Elections

Lorenzo French, Chairperson of the Greene County Democratic Executive Committee announced that qualifying is now open for persons interested in running for political positions in the March 3, 2020 Primary Election. The closing date for qualifying to run in the primary is November 8, 2019 at 5:00 PM.
There are several positions national, statewide and local which are subject to the 2020 Democratic Primary elections. The positions include: District Judge (6 year term – The Hon. Lillie Osborne incumbent); Revenue Commissioner (6 year term –incumbent Barbara McShan, plans to retire); Board of Education (6 year Term – District 3 – incumbent William Morgan, District 4 – incumbent Leo Branch, and District 5 – incumbent – Carrie Dancy); Constables (5) – one from each Commission District.
Persons interested in qualifying for the District Judge and Revenue Commissioner positions must qualify with the Alabama Secretary of State’s office.
Candidates for the three positions on the Greene County Board of Education and the five Constable positions must qualify by filing out forms with Lorenzo French, Democratic Executive Committee at the Greene County Courthouse, Commissioner Roshanda Summerville’s office, 9:00 AM to 4:00PM or contact French by cell phone at 205-799-2691.
The qualifying fee for Board of Education positions is $144 and for constable is $5.
Candidates running for President of the United States, U. S. Senate and Congressional positions must qualify with the State Democratic Party.
The Democratic President Primary, which includes other state and local positions, will be held on March 3, 2019; with a Primary Run-off Election, if needed, on March 31, 2020. The General Election is set for November 3, 2020.

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