New candidates have emerged in the races for state House Districts 1 and 5, and a former Pasquotank County commissioner is collecting signatures to run again as an unaffiliated candidate in the fall.
A former principal at Northeastern High School has filed to run for a seat on the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education.
The cheerleading coach at River Road Middle School resigned in the wake of a controversy over students’ purchase of sweatshirts from Brent McKecuen’s campaign for Pasquotank sheriff and their subsequent posing for a photo wearing the shirts in the school’s gym.
Seven more candidates filed for local offices on Tuesday, including five in Pasquotank County.
Tommy Wooten II, a 36-year-old sergeant with the Pasquotank Sheriff’s Office, became the fourth candidate to file for sheriff. He joins fellow Republican Bill Ward and Democrats Eddie Graham and…
CAMDEN — Area Republicans who’ve filed for the May primary got their first chance to address the public as official candidates Monday night at a meeting of the Camden County Republican Party.
Two-dozen candidates for sheriff, county commissioner, clerk of court and school board filed in area counties on Monday, the first day of filing for the May primaries.
U.S. Congressman Walter Jones will face at least two Republican challengers in his bid for a 13th term, as Phil Law on Monday became the first candidate to file for Jones’ seat in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District.