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Unofficial Mecklenburg County election results

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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)

By |May 9th, 2012|Mecklenburg County, Politics, Politics 2012|3 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