Are there any other fees that I should know about?

Yes. You have the option to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ). The SOQ appears in the County Voter Information Guide for most offices. Nevada County Elections will charge you a fee to cover the printing costs, based on the number of registered voters in the district in which you are running. The fees are published in the Candidate Handbook prepared for each election. 

You may also need district or countywide voter lists to conduct campaign activities. Countywide voter rolls are $50 and district-specific voter rolls are $37. Please refer to our Voter Rolls Information Requests page for more detailed information. 

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1. When can I file for candidacy?
2. Where can I find the Candidate Handbook?
3. Can I file for more than one office?
4. How much are filing fees?
5. Are there any other fees that I should know about?
6. What are signatures in lieu, and when can I start gathering them?
7. How many nomination signatures do I need?
8. What nomination documents do I file and when?
9. Is the nomination period ever extended?
10. Can documents be issued to someone other than me?
11. I’ve been convicted of a felony. Do I qualify to run?
12. Can I withdraw my candidacy?
13. How do I prepare a candidate statement?
14. How can my name appear on the ballot?
15. Are there any restrictions for ballot designations?
16. What if there is an insufficient number of candidates?
17. The campaign finance rules and reporting schedules are a little overwhelming. Who can help me?
18. Can you help me complete my required campaign disclosures?
19. Can I file my required campaign disclosures on paper?
20. I want to communicate to as many potential voters as possible. What do I need to know?