Election 2016 Probate Judge Tammy Brown

Cullman County Probate Judge Tammy Brown explains the flurry of activity today at the Cullman County Courthouse as candidate qualifying closes for the upcoming 2016 Elections.

 

About The Probate Judges Role In The Elections 2016

The Judge of Probate is the Chief Election Official (Alabama Code: 17-1-3) of Cullman County.

The Fair Campaign Practices Act (FCPA) gives probate judges responsibilities for accepting campaign disclosure records from candidates and political action committees in elections involving Local Offices or Propositions concerning a Single County, a Division of the County or Municipal races in the county.

The Secretary of State provides FCPA forms to probate judges for distribution to candidates and political actions committees (17-5-11).

Filing Guides and other education material about campaign disclosure can also be obtained from the Secretary of State. All forms can be downloaded at the Secretary of State web-site.

Candidates/Principal Campaign Committees and Political Action Commitees in local elections file reports of Contributions and Expenditures at various times with the probate judge’s office during an election cycle. Forms may now be filed on-line.

2016 Election Dates:

Presidential Primary Election – March 1, 2016
Statewide Primary Election – March 1, 2016
Primary Runoff Election – April 12, 2016
General Election – November 8, 2016

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Election 2016 Probate Judge Tammy Brown

Staff of Cullman County Probate Office – circa 2015

 

 

Election 2016 Probate Judge Tammy Brown

Timothy Collins

Originally from Asheville, NC, Timothy brings an insightful holistic perspective as well as a mountain man tenacity to his various roles at Cullman Today. You can reach him at cullmantoday@gmail.com and/or (256) 615-8260.

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