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42 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

42 changes to the candidate list:

Arizona: Senate Class 1: Michelle Marie Griffin (Republican) - added. Secretary of State: Mark Robert Gordon (Democratic) - added.

California: House CD 49: San Juan Capistrano City Councilman Brian L. Maryott (Republican) - added.

Connecticut: Lieutenant Governor: Ann Brookes (Republican) - added; former New Fairfield First Selectman Susan Chapman (Republican) - added; state Senator Joe Markley (Republican) - added. Treasurer: Thad Gray (Republican) - added.

Florida: House CD 4: Jason Michael Bulger (No Party Affiliation) - added. House CD 6: John Nehring Upchurch (Democratic) - added.

Georgia: Lieutenant Governor: Sarah Riggs Amico (Democratic) - added.

Iowa: Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship: Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Bill Northey (Republican) - Open Office; Craig Lang (Republican) - added.

Kansas: Secretary of State: state Senator Marci Francisco (Democratic) - added.

Massachusetts: House CD 3: Eduardo Rosas (Democratic) - added.

Minnesota: Senate Class 2 Special: Bob Anderson (Republican) - added. Attorney General: St. Paul City Attorney Sam Clark (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; state Representative John Lesch (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - apparently not a candidate; fprmer state Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added. Auditor: Julie Blaha (Democratic-Farmer Labor) - added; former state Representative Pam Myhra (Republican) - added.

Mississippi: House CD 3: state Senator Sally Doty (Republican) - added; Whit Hughes (Republican) - added; Perry Parker (Republican) - added.

New Hampshire: House CD 2: Brian Belanger (Republican) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 2: Brian Fitzherbert (Republican) - added.

New Mexico: Lieutenant Governor: state Senator Howie C. Morales (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: Ronald James "Ron" Fitzherbert (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate. Auditor: Brian S. Colón (Democratic) - added.

New York: House CD 27: Grand Island Town Supervisor Nathan "Nate" McMurray (Democratic) - added.

Ohio: House CD 12 Special: Lawrence Cohen (Republican) - added.

Pennsylvania: House CD 7: Shelly Chauncey (Democratic) - added. House CD 9: state House Majority Leader Dave Reed (Republican) - added.

Tennessee: House CD 4: Michael "Mike" Shupe (Independent) - added.

Texas: House CD 10: Kevin Nelson (Democratic) - added.

Virginia: House CD 6: Elkton Town Councillor Steve America (Independent) - added; Mike Desjadon (Republican) - added; Chan M. Park (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; Elliot Pope (Republican) - added; Douglas Wright (Republican) - added.

Washington: House CD 8: Chris Franco (Democratic) - added.

Wisconsin: Lieutenant Governor: former state Assemblyman Mandela Barnes (Democratic) - added.

34 changes to the candidate list.
by TheGreenPapers.com Staff

34 changes to the candidate list:

California: House CD 34: Adrienne Nicole Edwards (Democratic) - added.

Connecticut: Governor: former Greenwich Selectman Ned Lamont (Democratic) - added. Attorney General: state Representative Mike D'Agostino (Democratic) - added; state Senator Paul Doyle (Democratic) - added; Clare Kindall (Democratic) - added; state Representative William Tong (Democratic) - added.

Delaware: Attorney General: Chuck Boyce (Republican) - apparently not a candidate; former New Castle County Chief Administrative Officer Kathy Jennings (Democratic) - added; Tim Mullaney (Democratic) - added; Thomas S. "Tom" Neuberger (Republican) - added.

Florida: Attorney General: Sean Michael Shaw (Democratic) - added.

Illinois: House CD 17: Mark A. Kleine (Republican) - apparently not a candidate. Secretary of State: state Senator Michael E. Hastings (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate.

Maryland: House CD 3: Eduardo Rosas (Democratic) - added.

Massachusetts: House CD 1: Frederick "Fritz" Mayock (Independent) - added.

Minnesota: House CD 2: Bradley "Brad" Svenson (Independence) - added.

New Jersey: House CD 2: Robert Turkavage (Republican) - added. House CD 4: Felicia Stoler (Republican) - added.

New Mexico: House CD 2: David Baake (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Tony Martinez (Democratic) - apparently not a candidate; Xochitl Torres Small (Democratic) - added.

New York: Lieutenant Governor: New Yord City Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (Democratic) - added. House CD 2: John Rennhack (Democratic) - added. House CD 25: Gates Town Supervisor Mark W. Assini (Republican) - added; Jim Maxwell (Republican) - added.

Ohio: House CD 12 Special: Liberty Township Trustee Melanie Leneghan (Republican) - added.

Oklahoma: House CD 5: Gwendolyn Black (Democratic) - added. Auditor and Inspector: Charlie Prater (Republican) - added. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Peggs Public Schools Superintendent John Cox (Democratic) - added.

Oregon: House CD 5: Joseph S. Nations (Republican) - added.

Pennsylvania: Lieutenant Governor: former state Representative Gordon Denlinger (Republican) - added; Montgomery County Commissioner Joseph C. "Joe" Gale (Republican) - added; Muhlenberg School Board President Otto W. Voit, III (Republican) - added.

Utah: House CD 3: Congressman John Curtis (Republican) - added as candidate.

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