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Unofficial Mecklenburg County election results

For a complete list of results click here.

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)

By |May 9th, 2012|Mecklenburg County, Politics, Politics 2012|0 Comments

Voters head to polls May 8 for primary

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. […]

By |May 4th, 2012|Government, Politics, Politics 2012|0 Comments

Sue Myrick will not seek another term in Congress

Sue Myrick announced today she will not seek another term representing District 9 in the U.S. Congress. She has represented the 9th District since 1995. Here’s the statement she released on Facebook today:
“After thoughtful discussion with my family, I have decided not to run for another term in Congress. I’m grateful for the privilege of […]

By |February 7th, 2012|Politics|0 Comments

Stinson-Wesley appointed to District 6 seat

The Mecklenburg County Schoolboard last week appointed Rev. Amelia Stinson-Wesley╩to fill the District 6 seat left open by Tim Morgan who was elected as an at-large member of the board last year. Stinson-Wesley was one of 12 candidates who wanted the seat . She was sworn in on January 10.
Stinson-Wesley is a United Methodist minister […]

By |January 16th, 2012|Government, Politics|0 Comments

Meet the candidates for Mint Hill Mayor

Mint Hill will vote for a mayor again on November 8. There are two candidates—present mayor Ted Biggers and local business owner,  Jean Bonner. A mayor sets the pace for the board and presides over meetings. The mayor also cast votes if there is a tie between the commissioners. […]

By |October 26th, 2011|Government, Politics, Politics 2011|2 Comments

Tim Morgan officially announces at-large bid

 

 

 

Tim Morgan officially announced last Thursday that he will run for an at-large seat on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Board of Education. Morgan has served two years on the board for District 6 which comprises Mint Hill, Matthews and South Charlotte.
Morgan, a graduate of Independence High School, said that if he wins, it could be a win-win for the southeastern portions of Mecklenburg County. That’s because the board would have to appoint someone to take over the District 6 seat he currently occupies, giving Mint Hill and the rest of the southeastern Mecklenburg County two representatives on the board of education.
A crowd of reporters, Morgan’s family, and supporters including Charlotte City Council members Warren Cooksey and Andy Dulin, attended Morgan’s press conference in front of the government building in downtown Charlotte Thursday. Morgan said the top priority for the next school board will be selecting a new superintendent to replace Peter Gorman who announced his departure in early June.
“Hiring a superintendent will be the most important decision this board makes,” he said. […]

By |July 7th, 2011|Board of Education, Politics 2011|0 Comments