With seven Democrats retiring in the N.C. Senate, Republicans think they might be able to win a majority for the first time in 112 years.
As expected, Matthews resident and former town commissioner Bill Brawley filed to run for the District 103 seat being vacated by Jim Gulley. That brings the candidate total to three for District 3: Brawley and Lloyd Austin, both Republicans, and Ann Newman, a Democrat.
Three challengers will take on the incumbents for Mint Hill Hill Board of Commissioner in Tuesday’s election.
With current mayor Lee Myers stepping down after a long run as Matthews mayor, two candidates are slugging it out to take his place. Here are the questionnaires, in their entirety, of candidates H. Jack Davis and Jim Taylor. […]
The November 3 election is next Tuesday and the turnout is expected to be higher than usual according to the Board of Elections Michael Dickerson. The Mint Hill Times, for the past month, has run candidate questionnaires for Mint Hill mayor and commissioners, Matthews mayor and town council and the seat for District 6 Board […]
The Mint Hill Women’s Club will host a Candidate’s Forum on tonight at the McEwen Room, Mint Hill Town Hall. The event begins at 7 pm with four-five minute remarks by the candidates, followed by light refreshments and then a question and answer with the candidates. Attendees will be given forms to record their questions […]