More From 2018 Elections

September 23, 2018

Democratic state Senate candidate Cole Phelps is calling foul over a Raleigh-based conservative advocacy group’s television ad claiming he opposes raises for teachers.


September 06, 2018

Pasquotank County Republican candidates for sheriff, county commissioner and school board met with party members on Tuesday night, seeking their support not only in the voting booth, but on the campaign trail.

The candidates meeting with the Pasquotank GOP at The Villa restaurant in Elizabeth City…


August 30, 2018

Tony Flach has withdrawn his candidacy in the November general election for a seat on the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education.

Flach, president of the ECPPS Education Foundation, has filed paperwork with the Pasquotank County Board of Elections to withdraw as a candidate for the school…

August 27, 2018

The economy, schools, taxes and other intertwined issues dominated a candidates forum featuring candidates for Pasquotank County commissioner last week.


August 25, 2018

At the candidates forum they sponsored in Elizabeth City Tuesday night, home builders and Realtors asked many questions that all touched on one goal: helping to put roofs over people's heads.


August 19, 2018

Local legislative candidates are generally divided on the proposed constitutional amendments that may be heading to voters this fall – but both candidates in House District 1 object to an amendment giving the governor's appointment power to the General Assembly.

This summer, Republican…


August 14, 2018

Cole Phelps, the Democratic candidate in state Senate District 1, criticized his Republican opponent, Bob Steinburg, on Saturday for seeking and receiving a $50,000 sports marketing contract from Currituck County, describing the contract as “wrong.”

August 13, 2018

Eddie Graham, the Democratic candidate for sheriff in Pasquotank County, says he hasn’t asked for or received an endorsement from the current sheriff — fellow Democrat Randy Cartwright.


August 07, 2018

Candidates from a variety of backgrounds are seeking the three seats on the Camden County Board of Education.

Among the the six candidates who will appear on the county ballot in November is Tiffany Bounds, who is making her second run for school board.

Bounds, 33, a stay-at-home mom, ran…


August 05, 2018

Democratic state Senate candidate Cole Phelps is defending his record on taxes and spending, noting tax increases he supported as a county commissioner in Washington County were needed to fund retirement benefits for employees of the former county-owned hospital.

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