Candidate filing concludes
Published 2:29 pm Friday, March 4, 2022
The filing period for local candidates wanting to run for office in this year’s primary elections officially ended Friday at noon. Here are the candidates running for local office.
- US House of Representatives District 8: Republican Dan Bishop, who currently represents the state’s 9th District, and Democrat Scott Huffman. (Incumbent Richard Hudson decided to run for the 9th District seat);
- NC State Senate District 33: Republican incumbent Carl Ford and Democrat Tangela Morgan;
- NC House of Representatives District 67: Republican incumbent Wayne Sasser;
- County Commissioner At-Large: Republicans incumbent Lane Furr, Patty Crump and Leon Warren;
- County Commissioner District 1: Republicans incumbent Mike Barbee, Levi Greene and Mike Haigler;
- County Commissioner District 2: Republicans incumbent Bill Lawhon, Jon Ledbetter and Thomas Townsend;
- County Commissioner District 3: Republicans incumbent Tommy Jordan and Brandon King;
- County Commissioner District 4: Republican Trent Hatley. (Incumbent Zach Almond chose not to file);
- Board of Education At-Large: Republicans incumbent Anthony Graves, Melvin Poole, John Wright and Robin Whittaker;
- Board of Education District 1: Republicans incumbent Dustin Lisk and Meghan Almond;
- Sheriff: Democrat Davara Ponds and Republican incumbent Jeff Crisco;
- District Attorney District 28: Republican incumbent Lynn Clodfelter;
- Clerk of Superior Court: Democrat Todd Lowder and Republicans Pam Blake, Michael Greene and Ginger Efird;
- NC District Court Judge District 20A Seat 1 (Stanly County): Republican Phillip Cornett;
- NC District Court Judge District 20A Seat 2 (Stanly County): Republican John Nance;
- NC District Court Judge District 20A Seat 3 (Montgomery County): Republican Thai Vang.
Absentee Voting By Mail runs March 28-May 10.
One-Stop Early Voting happens April 28-May 14.
Primary Day is May 17.