Filing Forms - 2022

These forms apply to township and county Republican candidates, including county committee. They will be available when you come to file, or you can print and complete them in advance. Leave the notary sections blank. 

Should I Run For Office?

No need to print this.

It's a list of questions for a potential candidate to consider before running for office, courtesy of the RPA.

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Candidate Filing Form & Affidavit of Eligibility

Print this form if you're running for an office in addition to the county committee.

With this document you're officially filing for office. Leave the notary section blank.

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Order Form for RPBC shirt & badge

Print this form if you want to order an RPBC logo t-shirt and/or name badge. These will be great to have during meetings and all our events as we help our candidates win their elections.

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RPBC Member Profile & Affirmation

Print this form.

It's where you share your details, volunteer interests, and your agreement with the Republican platform. 

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3rd Congressional Dist. Cmte. Membership

Print this form. 

It's where you accept or decline membership in the 3rd Congressional District Committee. 

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Political Practice Pledge

Not available to preview or print. This is a quadruplicate form that the county clerk provides. 

We will have it for you when you file.

Committee Member Filing Form & Affidavit of Eligibility

Print this form.

With this document you're officially filing for office as a member of the county committee for the 2022-24 term. Leave the notary section blank.

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Filing Fees

No need to print this. 

Every candidate pays a filing fee when filing for office. County and township candidates pay the RPBC.

State-level candidates file with and pay the RPA, not the RPBC. 

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Candidate Filing Info - 2022

Filing for county and township offices will begin at noon on February 22 and end at noon on March 1.

 

Candidates may file at the Benton County Administration Building in the QC Room on the third floor, 215 East Central Avenue, Bentonville. A member of the local Republican Party will be present to accept candidates’ filing fees and provide appropriate forms on the following dates and times:

February 22, noon-4:00 pm

February 23-25 & 28, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

March 1, 9:00 am-noon.

 

Candidates may also file at the meeting of the Republican Party of Benton County on Tuesday, February 22 from 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm, located at Rogers New Hope Assembly of God, 2626 West New Hope Road.

 

After filing with the county Republican Party, candidates must provide written evidence of filing fee payment and additional paperwork to the Benton County Clerk before noon on March 1.

 

Candidates wishing to file should contact RPBC Chairman Barbara Tillman at 479-685-8747 or batillman1@gmail.com.

 

The preferential primary is May 24, 2022.

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