Candidate Filing Information

Partisan and Nomination Other than by Primary Candidates for County Office

**ATTENTION: The candidate for the position of Justice of the Peace - Page has passed away. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 16-343(D) and A.R.S. § 16-312, any person desiring to become a write-in candidate shall file the nomination paper not later than 5:00 p.m. on the fifth day before the election (November 3, 2022).  Effective immediately,  the write-in candidate filing period is open. If you are interested in becoming a write-in candidate, please contact the Elections Department at (928) 679-7896.**

First Day to FileMonday, March 7, 2022
Last Day to File                              Monday, April 4, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

**Click Here to see candidates who have filed their nomination paperwork for 2022**

Special District Candidates

First Day to FileMonday, June 13, 2022
Last Day to FileMonday, July 11, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

**Click Here to see candidates who have filed for the November 8, 2022 General Election**

​Filed Statements of Interest

 Office Sought                                            Candidate Name
Board of Supervisors District 2 - Term expiring 1/01/2025 Jeronimo Vasquez
Tomas A Hernandez
Clerk of Superior Court Val Wyant

Constable - Flagstaff Precinct Danny Thomas 
Shayne Pfenning

Constable - Williams  Greg King

Constable - Page Shawn McNally

Flagstaff Justice of the Peace Howard Grodman
Celia Barotz
Bernadine Lewis
Fredonia Justice of the Peace Serena Cutchen

Page Justice of the Peace Donald Roberts
Superintendent of Schools - Term Expiring 1/01/25 Cheryl Mango-Paget

Williams Justice of the Peace Rob Krombeen



Is there anything new I need to know about candidate filing?


  • Must a document be filed before I seek candidacy?

    • YES! A Statement of Interest must be filed before petitions are circulated or by the date of the first petition signature, pursuant to A.R.S. §§ 16-311 & 16-341. 
    • The threshold for campaign finance filing remains the same-- a Statement of Organization must be filed when you raise or spend (in any combination) more than $1,300 dollars to run for office. Campaign finance reporting begins upon meeting or exceeding the $1,300 threshold, and a Statement of Organization must be filed within 10 days of surpassing $1,300 [A.R.S. § 16-906(C)]. Of course, you may file a Statement of Organization prior to the $1,300 threshold if you think you'll be exceeding $1,300.