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PRESIDENTIAL (DEM) Barack Obama
NC GOVERNOR (DEM): Walter H. Dalton
PRESIDENTIAL (REP) Mitt Romney
US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 8 (REP): Richard Hudson
NC GOVERNOR (REP): Pat McCrory
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 6 (REP) Bill James
NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 41 (REP) Jeff Tarte
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT: Against (Statewide the Amendment was FOR)
The 2012 primaries are fast approaching. The last day to return absentee ballots is May 7 at 5 pm, and the primary election is Tuesday, May 8 from 6:30 am – 7:30 pm. Districts six and 41 are voting for County Commissioner and State Senator.
Residents of Mint Hill have two options for the Mecklenburg County Commissioner: Ed Driggs and incumbent Bill James, both Republicans. County Commissioners serve two-year terms. Continue reading
The Mint Hill farmers market’s opening day is May 5. Local vendors, crafters, bakers and growers will sell their goods at the Carl J. McEwen Historical Village every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm until September 29. The Charlotte Amateur Radio Club has set up an antenna, and Doc’s Front Porch will be playing folk music, joined by Dwight Moody and Bill Williams for opening day.
Coach Ken Orsilio has a lot to be proud of this year when it comes to his Independence girl’s softball team. The squad has a record of 16-2 overall and 13-1 in the conference with its last regular season game this past Monday night against longtime rival Butler High School, which they won 10-0.
As they end the year in conference play and head into playoff territory, Coach Orsilio has high hopes for the team and his two brightest stars, Erin Standley and Katie Pearsall. The two have played together for years now, and their chemistry and experience playing together has really uplifted the team this year. Continue reading