Democratic Party Primary Ballot For Me And Others That Vote At Lewis Fire Department

Sample Ballot D0009
Democratic Party Primary Edgecombe County, North Carolina
March 3, 2020

FEDERAL OFFICES Presidential Preference (You may vote for ONE)
Deval Patrick
Bernie Sanders
Tom Steyer
Elizabeth Warren
Marianne Williamson
Andrew Yang
Michael Bennet
Joseph R. Biden
Michael R. Bloomberg
Cory Booker
Pete Buttigieg
Julián Castro
John K. Delaney
Tulsi Gabbard
Amy Klobuchar
No Preference

US Senate (You may vote for ONE)
Erica D. Smith
Steve Swenson
Cal Cunningham
Trevor M. Fuller
Atul Goel

STATE OFFICES NC Governor (You may vote for ONE)
Ernest T. Reeves
Roy Cooper

NC Lieutenant Governor (You may vote for ONE)
Allen Thomas
Bill Toole
Terry Van Duyn
Chaz Beasley
Yvonne Lewis Holley
Ron Newton

NC Auditor (You may vote for ONE)
Luis A. Toledo
Beth A. Wood

NC Commissioner of Agriculture (You may vote for ONE)
Walter Smith
Jenna Wadsworth
Donovan Alexander Watson

NC Superintendent of Public Instruction (You may vote for ONE)
Keith A. Sutton
James Barrett
Constance (Lav) Johnson
Michael Maher
Jen Mangrum

NC Treasurer (You may vote for ONE)
Dimple Ajmera
Ronnie Chatterji
Matt Leatherman

Edgecombe County Schools Board of Education District 6 (You may vote for ONE)
Raymond L. Privott
Kimberly Wittig

End of Ballot

Council to review termination appeal process – Rocky Mount Telegram

I understand it better now after reading this. I didn’t quite get it at the meeting and when I asked after the meeting I knew it had something to do with termination. But my question is I know Lige and Tj were the new to the council but did they not get the agenda packet before the January 13 meeting. Could they not asked questions before the meeting and/or at that meeting? Curmilus Butch Dancy II 

The City Council on Monday is going to take up a proposal to amend the personnel ordinance to state that the city manager will have the final say in the case of an employee who contests a supervisor’s recommendation for termination.

During a council work session on Dec. 9 — and shortly before the new council was to be seated at the regular council meeting — the previous council unanimously voted that the change be recommended for approval.

Shortly after the start of the Jan. 13 regular council meeting, as the council was about to approve the minutes of Dec. 9 council business, new Councilman Lige Daughtridge brought up the personnel matter.

Daughtridge said his reason was that the new council members had not had the opportunity to hear or weigh in on the proposed change to the ordinance.

Daughtridge made a motion, seconded by new Councilman T.J. Walker, to table consideration of the recommendation from the Dec. 9 work session of the previous council. (Read more)