NEWS 5/16/22 7:27pm

Campaigning for US House of Representatives: Stephen Valentine hopes to address the job market, healthcare and taxes

Stephen Valentine describes himself as a veteran, social worker and educator. The New Jersey native, who has lived in Durham County since 2005, has held many roles in his life, but he hopes to soon add representative for North Carolina’s 4th Congressional District. Running in the 2022 primary election, Valentine will fight as a Democratic representative and he said he is running for one reason: to serve.

NEWS 5/16/22 2:45pm

Campaigning for Alamance-Burlington Board of Education: Dan Ingle hopes to address school safety, transparency and athletics

Dan Ingle wears many hats. A representative in the North Carolina General Assembly House, town of Elon chief of police, Alamance County commissioner and Elon University criminal investigator are a few of Ingle’s past positions. Now, the 69-year-old retiree is running for one of three seats on the Alamance Burlington School System’s board of education. 

NEWS 5/16/22 11:38am

Campaigning for US Senate: Cheri Lynn Beasley hopes to address the U.S. criminal justice system, reform student loan programs and protect the environment from climate change

Cheri Beasley, the first African American woman to serve as Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, is running for U.S. senate. Beasley said her experience as a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and as associate justice and chief justice of the N.C. Supreme Court, has given her great experience.  

NEWS 5/16/22 10:02am

Campaigning for US House of Representatives: Crystal Cavalier hopes to address climate, healthcare and cybersecurity

Crystal Cavalier grew up in Alamance County: living on the land that has been in her family for generations, graduating from Eastern Alamance High School and settling in Burlington, where she lives currently. Now, she hopes to serve Alamance County as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing the 4th Congressional District.