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Candidate filing period ends

Several candidates filed for office over the last two days of the filing period, including challengers for incumbent state senator Carl Ford.

Candidates include:

  • Republican incumbent Richard Hudson of Concord and Democrat Patricia Timmons-Goodson of Fayetteville for U.S. House District 8.
  • Republican incumbent Carl Ford of China Grove for N.C. Senate District 33. Two challengers have also filed for the office — Democrats Tarsha Ellis and Geoffrey Hoy, both of Salisbury.
  • Democrat incumbent Scott Brewer of Rockingham for N.C. House of Representatives District 66. Two challengers have also filed for the office — Republican Ben Moss of Rockingham and Republican Joey Davis of Seagrove.
  • Republican incumbent Wayne Sasser of Albemarle for N.C. House of Representatives District 67.
  • Republican Pat Nadolski of Mount Gilead and Republican Scott Nash Dunn of New London for N.C. Superior Court Judge District 20A
  • Republicans Scott Efird of Locust and Jann Lowder of Albemarle for Stanly County Board of County Commissioners At-Large.
  • Republican incumbent Ashley Morgan for Board of County Commissioners District 5. Two challengers have also filed for office — Republicans Leon Warren of Albemarle and Peter Asciutto of Albemarle.
  • Republican Bill Sorenson of Norwood for Stanly County Board of Education District 2.
  • Republican incumbent Glenda Gibson for Stanly County Board of Education District 3.
  • Republican incumbent Vicky Watson for Stanly County Board of Education District 4.
  • Republican incumbent Ryan McIntyre for Stanly County Board of Education District 5. Two challengers have also filed for the office — Republican Carla Poplin of Albemarle and Democrat Elizabeth Harrison of Albemarle.
  • Republican incumbent Melvin Poole for Stanly County Board of Education At-Large. One challenger has also filed for office — Republican Rufus Lefler III of Albemarle.
  • Republican incumbent Suzanne Lowder for Stanly County Register of Deeds.

About Chris Miller

Chris Miller has been with the SNAP since January 2019. He is a graduate of NC State and received his Master's in Journalism from the University of Maryland. He previously wrote for the Capital News Service in Annapolis, where many of his stories on immigration and culture were published in national papers via the AP wire.

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