The Edgecombe Board of Elections will meet today 4 PM in the meeting room in the Tarboro Administration Bldg. to hear the residency challenge filed by Joyce Arnette Jones.
“Joyce Arnette Jones filed two election protests with the Edgecombe County Board of Elections on Oct. 25, 2019, challenging the residency of Bronson Williams, a candidate for mayor of Rocky Mount,” Spruell said. “Due to the timing of the filing of these protests, the Board of Elections will hold preliminary consideration hearings of these protests after the election, as required by state law.” (Read more)
Wilson mayor-elect Carlton Stevens has big plans for Wilson, but said it’ll take everyone’s support.
DREW C. WILSON | TIMES
Posted Wednesday, November 6, 2019 7:32 pm
By Brie Handgraaf
When campaigning for mayor, Carlton Stevens pushed for name recognition. More than that, though, the 45-year-old businessman worked to convey his vision for “One Wilson.”
“When I talked to people, I wanted them to understand my heart, my vision and my desires for growth of the city, and the method I want it to grow transcends political affiliation, socioeconomic status or race,” Stevens said Wednesday. “I needed them to see my heart and what I thought our city could do. That was my campaign strategy.” (Read more)
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DEMOCRATIC WOMEN OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY
GENERAL MEMEBERSHIP MEETING
Pender Room, Edgecombe County Memorial Library
Date: Thursday, November 14, 2019
Time: 6-7:30 pm
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND STATE SALUTE (I salute the flag of North Carolina and pledge to the Old North State love, loyalty, and faith.)
MOMENT OF SILENCE
Approval of Agenda (President)
Minutes of March 24, 2018 Meeting (Secretary)
Treasurer’s Report (Treasurer)
ERA Status in NCGA (Goff Bradley)
North Carolina Coordinated Campaign for 2020 (see full timetable attached)
Voter ID Requirements (PowerPoint)
Voter Registration in Tarboro
Appointment Nominating Committee for December Officer Elections
Legislative Agenda Committee (see Nash County Democratic Women attached)
NEXT MEETING: TBA (Bring your own mug!! Coffee and fixings provided!)
$20 Annual Dues are Due! Make checks payable to Democratic Women of Edgecombe County
Curmilus Butch Dancy II While you are at it can you post the Edgecombe County Democratic Party meeting where you serve as Secretary.
On top of that make create a Facebook page for the Edgecombe County Democratic Party so Edgecombe County Democrats can before informed about what the party is doing, what is going on locally, statewide and on the national levels along with upcoming events.
Edgecombe County Democratic Party County Officers (6)
The Political Agitator’s response: A transition director. Wow! This is interesting and confirmation of what this election was all about. If you don’t know I am going to let you go figure. This is about as ignant as it gets but just my opinion. However they have 4 years to prove me wrong. I am going to continue to attend the meetings to see what this mayor does that will be different than what the previous mayors have done. But I am waiting to see what titles Pastor Thomas Ray Green Pittman Grove Church, Pastor of Abundant Life, Samuel Battle, Tarrick Pittman, James Silvers, Mae Parker, Mary Spaulding Ward, Rita Mozzell Carter, Democrats that played a major role in supporting the Republican and others will receive. I ain’t mad with nobody. Matter of fact if they like it, I love it. During election time I look at what role folk play so I can know where folk stand on the side of justice. Continue on.
One day after the election, Mayor-elect Sandy Roberson has named former mayoral candidate Kevin Jones as his transition director.
In this role, Jones will assist Roberson during the next 30 days in putting together a new leadership team prior to the official swearing-in ceremony in December, according to a statement released Wednesday by Roberson.
“Mr. Jones ran a very compelling campaign for mayor and has agreed to assist me in pulling together a citizen-led team to address pressing issues facing our city,” Roberson said. “I want Kevin to help me put together the framework for several advisory committees and task forces that will be advising the mayor and City Council on major issues like improving our public schools, putting more police officers on patrol and bringing new economic development to our region.” (Read more)