Candidates will have less time to lollygag next year and many voters will have to make up their minds about a month earlier than usual.
The filing period for statewide and legislative candidates has been pushed up about 45 days, from early June to mid-April, and the primary election has been moved up a month, from late July to late June.
“We have ample time...
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