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Seeking Candidate Information for Primary Election Voter’s Guide

            The Town and Country newspaper is once again inviting candidates running in the Primary Election on Tuesday, May 16, to email, fax or mail their information for publication in our Voter's Guide section to be published on May 11, 2023.

            The Town and Country provides the Voter's Guide as a service to voters, and there is no cost for a candidate to publish information that adheres to the guidelines.  We encourage those running to take advantage of this opportunity to share their information with our readers.

            In addition to a short biography that includes the candidate's name, party affiliation and position being sought, the candidate should list any prior government-related and elected positions held.

            We also encourage candidates to include educational, business, or other credentials and experiences that help to identify their qualifications for the position.

            Most importantly, the candidate should include a brief statement outlining why they are seeking the position and present a statement on a timely subject that affects our state, county or community.  Information submitted should be less than 350 words.  Submissions greater than 350 words may be edited.  A photo of the candidate can also be included for publication. 

            The deadline for receiving candidate information is noon on Friday, May 5 for publication in the Voter's Guide.

            Letters to the editor regarding the upcoming general election will be accepted from non-candidates until noon on April 28 for publication in the May 4 edition.

            Election-related Letters to the Editor from candidates will be accepted until noon on May 5 for publication in the May 11 edition.

            Letters should be 300 words or fewer, and all other letters to the editor rules will apply.

            Information can be emailed to

            The deadline for election-related advertising is Monday at noon for publication in that Thursday's edition.

            Voters are reminded that they have several options to cast their ballot: Vote In Person at a polling location; Vote by Absentee Ballot - voters will need to apply in 2023 to receive an absentee ballot for the Primary or General Elections even if they have previously voted by Absentee ballot; and Vote by Mail-In Ballot - voters will need to apply again in 2023 to receive a mail-in ballot for the Primary or General Elections even if they have previously voted by Mail-In ballot.

            In all options, you must be registered to vote by Monday, May 1, 2023.

            The Town and Country's General Election Guide is an opportunity for candidates to reach out to more than 24,000 readers.






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