NASHVILLE — Every race for the Rocky Mount City Council will be contested this year as candidate filing wraps up in the Twin Counties.
Robert Cordell filed to run for the Ward 5 seat opened by the decision by Councilman Tom Rogers not to run for re-election.
Cordell said he has a 30-point platform he is ready to share. He faces Lige Daughtridge for the seat.
Cordell joins 38 candidates filing this week, making for a total of 100 municipal candidates in Nash and Edgecombe counties since filing began July 5.
Castalia will see an extended filing period as one town board seat lacks a single candidate. The Nash County Board of Elections voted to extend the deadline another five days to noon Friday. (Read more)
The Edgecombe County Board of Elections website is one of the worst I have seen in a long time. Damn with all of the issues surrounding new changes to the election process atleast the website ought to be user friendly. Not! Check it out for yourself and let me know what you think and you don’t have to live in Edgecombe County. Click here to view website.
Now click here to check out the Nash County Website. Nash County site is very user friendly and looks damn good!
Edgecombe County Board of Elections Need To Step It Up, Check Out Nash County
In preparation for the upcoming May 5 primary election, the Edgecombe and Nash county Board of Elections are looking for poll workers.
A variety of positions are available, and those interested can contact Edgecombe County Elections Director Jerry Spruell by calling 252-641-7852.
People in Nash County can go to the Board of Election’s website and fill out the online application.
“You can always use additional names,” Spruell said. (Source: Read more)
Local election officials are seeking poll workers for the May primary and the general election.
They are looking for assistants to fill a variety of roles helping election judges. The experience is a way for people to help support the democratic process while earning some money. (More)
The Nash County Board of Elections will examine instant runoff voting results for the fifth and final seat on the N.C. Court of Appeals.
The county’s elections board and staff will meet at 10 a.m. Monday inside the auditorium of the Nash County Agriculture Center to count tallies for Court of Appeals Judge candidates Cressie Thigpen and Doug McCullough. They are the two leading vote-getters in this year’s judicial race, which had 11 other candidates. (Read more)
Instant Run Off Voting