North Carolina State Treasurer

Employer / Organization

North Carolina

Next Election

Nov 08, 2016

Filing Window

Feb 24, 2016 - Jun 24, 2016

Description

The North Carolina Treasurer is an elected executive position in the state government of North Carolina. The treasurer is the chief financial officer and official banker for the state. The treasurer's office manages the state's retirement system, investments, and unclaimed property, and provides financial support to local governments. As the chief financial officer and official banker, the treasurer bears responsibility for managing the finances of the entire state. This includes, but is not limited to: managing a $74.2 billion pension fund; administering teacher, state employee, and local government pension plans; operating and managing a $12 billion state bank; managing state and local debt issuance and interfacing with bond; rating agencies; overseeing the finances of local governments; serving as a fiscal advisor to the state; managing the unclaimed property program; and administering the state disability program. The salary for this position is $124,676/year.

Application Guidelines
1) Contact the North Carolina State Board of Elections to confirm that your registered address qualifies you for the position you intend to run for, and that you meet other office specific qualifications. Gather the appropriate candidacy filing petition from the North Carolina State Board of Elections or your county board of elections. County boards are the filing agency for State Senators, Members of the State House of Representatives and all county and local/municipal offices. For all other offices, the petitions are to be filed with the North Carolina State Board of Elections. 2) To run for office by petition, you must first file a Petition request from your applicable filing office. The number of signatures, deadlines and other information can be found here: http://ncsbe.azurewebsites.net/petition-info. 3) If you are running in a multi county district, nomination petitions are due to County Election Boards (CBEs) for authentication 15 days before they are due to the North Carolina State Board of Election. If you are running in a single county district, you must submit all filing forms to your local County Election Board accompanied with authenticated nominating papers by the last Friday in June in order to appear on the general election ballot in November. These forms must be submitted by noon. If you have any questions please contact the North Carolina State Board of Elections by phone at (919) 733-7173.

Submit application to:
North Carolina State Board of Elections, PO Box 27255, Raleigh, NC, 27611, US