Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • There are three Commissioners of Huron County.
  • This office will have 2 seats on the ballot in 2020, and 1 seat on the ballot in 2022.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 305.01)
  • Each term begins on either January 1st, 2nd, or 3rd following the election. (R.C. 305.01)                                                    

What are the requirements to run for County Commissioner?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for a Commissioner of Huron County?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 309.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 309.01)
  • There is only one Prosecuting Attorney of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for Prosecuting Attorney of Huron County?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)
  • Must be an attorney-at-law, licensed to practice in Ohio (R.C. 309.02)

How do I run for the Prosecuting Attorney of Huron County?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 2303.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 2303.01)
  • There is only one Clerk of Courts.

What are the requirements to run for Clerk of Courts?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for the Clerk of Courts of Huron County?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 311.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 311.01)
  • There is only one Sheriff of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for Sheriff?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a qualified elector of Huron County who has resided in the county for at least one year prior to the applicable qualification date.  (R.C. 311.01(B)(1)(2) and (H))
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)
  • Please see R.C. 311.01 for additional qualifications and requirements for Sheriff.

How do I run for the Sheriff?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
    • Use the Candidate Petition Instructions for Partisan Primary Petitions before circulating your petition to prevent any errors that might disqualify you from the ballot.  
    • Independent and nonpartisan candidates should use the Candidate Petition Instructions for nonpartisan petitions.
    • Please see R.C. 311.01 for additional qualifications and requirements for Sheriff.
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 317.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 317.01)
  • There is one Recorder of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for County Recorder?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for County Recorder?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 321.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in September following the election. (R.C. 321.01)
  • There is one Treasurer of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for County Treasurer?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for County Treasurer?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 315.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 315.01)
  • There is only one Engineer of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for County Engineer?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)
  • Must be a registered professional engineer and registered surveyor, licensed to practice in Ohio (R.C. 315.02)

How do I run for the County Engineer?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2020.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 313.01)
  • Each term begins on the first Monday in January following the election. (R.C. 313.01)
  • There is only one Coroner of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for County Coroner?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)
  • Must be licensed to practice as a physician in Ohio for at least two years immediately preceding election or appointment as coroner (R.C. 313.02)

How do I run for the Coroner?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections. 

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.

Background of the Office:

  • Candidates for this office are nominated in Primary Elections and elected in General Elections of even years.
  • Independent candidates will only appear on the ballot in the General Election.
  • This office will be on the ballot in 2022.
  • Each term is 4 years. (R.C. 319.01)
  • Each term begins on the second Monday in March following the election. (R.C. 319.01)
  • There is only one Auditor of Huron County.

What are the requirements to run for County Auditor?

Candidates for this position must:

  • Live within Huron County. 
  • Be a registered elector of Huron County. 
  • Be at least 18 years of age. (OH Const. Art. V, §1, Art. XV §4)

How do I run for County Auditor?

  1. Complete petition form 2-G for party-affiliated candidates or form 3-H for independent candidates. (Note:  Petition forms should be printed on legal sized, 8 1/2″ x 14″ paper)
  2. Required signatures. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Collect between 50 and 150 signatures for major party candidates
    • Collect between 25 and 75 signatures for minor party candidates
    • Independent candidates should call the Huron County Board of Elections 419-668-8238 for signature requirements.
  3. File petitions with the Huron County Board of Elections no later than 90 days before the date of the Primary election. (R.C. 3513.05, 3513.257)
    • Candidates filing for this office as independents must file their petitions no later than the day before the Primary Election.
  4. Pay filing fee by check or with the exact change of $80.00. (R.C. 3513.10(A) and (B))

What are the Campaign Finance Requirements?

All candidates running for office who spend any money, including their own personal funds, must file a Designation of Treasurer (Form 30-D) and complete subsequent reports. Candidates for this office should file with the Huron County Board of Elections.

What are the Candidate Financial Disclosure Requirements?

A candidate must file a candidate’s financial disclosure form within the deadlines set by the Ohio Ethics Commission, depending on when a candidate’s petitions are certified by the Board of Elections or when their name first appears on the ballot in an election cycle.