More From 2018 Elections

October 18, 2018

The future of local solar power, whether Interstate 87 is a distant dream, and how to fund schools were among the topics candidates for Pasquotank County commissioner tackled at Tuesday night's forum in Elizabeth City.

The six men vying for three seats on the Board of Commissioners spoke during the…


October 17, 2018

CAMDEN — Camden County Sheriff Rodney Meads is endorsing the candidate who defeated him in the May 8 Republican primary to succeed him as the county’s top law enforcement official.

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October 17, 2018

EDENTON — Chowan County voters who head to the polls starting today for early voting will be deciding between a pair of incumbents and their challengers in two contested county commissioner races.

Republican Bob Kirby is challenging incumbent Democrat Jeff Smith, the commission board’s…

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October 16, 2018

CAMDEN — Three open seats on the Camden Board of Education have drawn the most crowded field of candidates for a county school board race in recent memory.


October 14, 2018

Pasquotank and Camden voters will get a chance this week to question candidates in contested races for state and local offices.

October 14, 2018

The four men vying to be Pasquotank County's next at-large commissioners have similar goals but varied backgrounds – offering voters experience in education, senior care, public safety and business.

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October 13, 2018

Does northeastern North Carolina need to stay the course or give new leadership a chance?

That's the debate in the 11-county Senate District 1, where state Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, is running against Washington County Commissioner Cole Phelps, a Democrat.

Though Steinburg is not the incumbent…


October 12, 2018

CAMDEN — For the first time in 16 years, Camden voters will be casting ballots in a sheriff‘s election that doesn’t have Tony Perry’s name on the ballot.

Camden’s longtime sheriff decided not to seek re-election to a fifth four-year term, electing instead to retire in…


October 11, 2018

In their quest for a seat on the Pasquotank Board of Commissioners, Joe Winslow and Sean Lavin bring different resumes to a similar goal: uplifting their home county with better jobs and stronger schools.

Winslow, a 71-year-old accountant and Democrat, is running for his third term as county…


October 10, 2018

HERTFORD — The two candidates for Perquimans County sheriff agree the sale and use of illegal drugs is the underlying cause of most crime in the county. And while they both promise to get tough with drug sellers, they also say that simply arresting people won’t solve the problem.…

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