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)
The Political Agitator response: As I have stated earlier maybe Bibbs is on to something but if he is not, then is it really worth all of this? Time will tell.
State candidate Mark Bibbs’ legal fight against the city of Wilson took another turn Monday as Bibbs was granted a temporary restraining order and filed a complaint in Wilson County Superior Court.
Bibbs, a candidate for House District 24 and Democratic challenger in the May 6 primary, filed his second complaint in court and has been granted a hearing on May 7 at 9:30 a.m. in Wilson County.
Earlier in the day Monday, Bibbs also filed a notice of dismissal in U.S. District Court that is tied to his first suit against the city that alleges he was treated unfairly during a recently failed fire and building inspection of his office and residence at 105 Douglas St.
Bibbs filed suit against the city on April 7 and city attorneys moved the case to federal court after issues related to the U.S. Constitution were raised in Bibbs’ complaint. The suit filed Monday has no references to the U.S. Constitution. (Source: Read more)