Alamance County Races 2022
County Commissioner (2 seats)
Alamance County Sheriff
Board of Education (3 seats)
NC Senate District 24 (Galey—R)
NC House 63 (Hurtado—D)
NC House 64 (Riddell—R)
Clerk of Superior Court
District Court Judge 15A (Brad Allen)
District Attorney (Boone—R)
Candidate Filing Periods for 2022 Local Elections
|Alamance County Local Contests||Filing Period|
|Alamance – Alamance-Burlington Board Of Education||Resumes Feb. 24 – Mar. 4, 2022|
|Alamance – Alamance Soil And Water Conservation District Supervisor||Jun. 13 – Jul. 1, 2022|
|Alamance – Alamance County Sheriff||Resumes Feb. 24 – Mar. 4, 2022|
|Alamance – Alamance County Clerk Of Superior Court||Resumes Feb. 24 – Mar. 4, 2022|
|Alamance – Alamance County Board Of Commissioners||Resumes Feb. 24 – Mar. 4, 2022|
Reminder: Candidates for local offices file with their county board of elections.
ACDP Candidate Outreach Committee
ACDP Candidate Outreach Committee continues to reach out and look for excellent candidates for open positions in Alamance County (see above). Therefore, if you are planning to run for office, thinking about running for office, or know anyone that you feel could be a good candidate, the Candidate Outreach Committee would like to hear from you! We are working hard to have a competitive candidate to run for each open position! We are reaching out so that we can work together in supporting your campaigns. Please contact Quinn Ray at via email.
Other Candidate Resources
National Democratic Training Committee
Free, in-depth training for Democrats who want to run, work, or volunteer on campaigns. TrainDemocrats
Lillian’s List recruits, trains and supports progressive women, who are champions of reproductive freedom and equity for women, to run for public office in North Carolina. Through our Action Fund, we provide strategic guidance and political training to women leaders across North Carolina who are interested in running for political office. The Lillian’s List PAC supports pro-choice, progressive women running for the General Assembly and Council of State. The Lillian’s List PAC has supported every progressive women currently elected to serve in the NCGA and Council of State. Lillian’s List
Run For Something
What kind of candidate are we looking for? Run for Something works exclusively with progressive Millennials and Gen-Zers running for local office for the first or second time.
We help people who are pro-choice, pro-universal health care, pro-LGBTQ equality, pro-criminal justice reform; pro-working families and organized labor, pro-voting rights, pro-campaign finance reform, who focus on inequality, fair wages, and job creation; who acknowledge that climate change is real, man-made, and our responsibility to fight; and who will fight to reduce gun violence in their community. That being said: We are NOT the purity police. A progressive in Louisiana is different than a progressive in California. We help candidates run for the places they’re in. Run For Something
Information for Municipal Candidates – General Overview from NC Board of Elections
Do you want to run for municipal office? On this page, you will find candidate filing timelines and dates for the 2022 elections TBD
Want to learn more about office types? For information about the roles in local government, visit City and County Elective Offices | UNC School of Government.
For filing details, see Filing for Candidacy.