Politics


NEWS 10/19/22 11:08pm

Campaigning for ABSS Board of Education: Charles Parker hopes to enhance school safety, recruit and retain teachers and improve communication and transparency

As a North Carolina native, husband of 23 years, father to three children and scientist and laboratory director at Duke University, Charles Parker said he is running for the Alamance-Burlington School System’s Board of Education to enhance school safety, improve communication and transparency from schools to the community, recruit and retain teachers and address learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


NEWS 10/19/22 10:57pm

Campaigning for Alamance County Clerk for Superior Court: Meredith Edwards hopes to continue improving customer service, information efficiency and transition to e-filing system

Meredith Edwards is a Republican and is running uncontested for her second term as Alamance County Clerk for Superior Court. Having been first elected in 2018, Edwards said she has worked for the last four years to grow and improve the clerk’s office to better serve the citizens of Alamance County.


NEWS 10/19/22 9:43pm

Campaigning for U.S. House of Representatives District 4: Valerie Foushee hopes to protect voting rights, ensure the right to reproductive freedom and preserve the environment

North Carolina State Senator Valerie Foushee is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in District 4 as a Democrat and was previously elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives in 2013. She was appointed to the North Carolina Senate later that year where she still serves now.


NEWS 10/19/22 9:40pm

Campaigning for the US House of Representatives: Courtney Geels wants to limit the power of the federal government and protect the 2nd Amendment

Courtney Geels said as someone who has never been a politician before, running in the primary elections was intimidating because there are so many polarizing topics that could irritate people before a conversation has begun. Geels said as a nurse, she knows how to talk to different kinds of people, and she has employed this same skill while campaigning.



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