Sean Boone will stay in his role as Alamance County district attorney after running unopposed and receiving 100% of the votes.

District court judges are elected for 4 year terms. Boone was first elected in 2018 and began serving in January 2019. 

As district attorney, he personally prosecutes violent crime trials and trains other prosecutors on trial techniques, according to his website. He is a vocal supporter of the Alamance County Crime Stoppers program, which encourages residents to assist local law enforcement agencies by reporting crime in their communities.

Boone was born and raised in Alamance County, graduating from Western Alamance High School in 1986. He earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from North Carolina State University before receiving his Juris Doctorate from the UNC School of Law in 1997.

Boone did not respond to Elon News Network’s request for an interview.