Join us for OrangePolitics' third annual Candidate Coming Out Party to meet your candidates on the final day of filing for municipal and school board races!
These events have been very popular with current and hopeful elected officials, and this is a great way to find out who is running and ask them why.
The official Facebook event to RSVP and share with friends is below.
Friday, July 19, 2013 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
TRU DELI + WINE, 114 Henderson St., Chapel Hill,
I wanted to create a thread for folks to share their thoughts on the school board candidates and what you'd like to see in the election, especially since the filing day thread has devolved into old attacks and counter-attacks. And especially since we school board candidates always get the shortest stick in any media coverage (note the CH News editorial today which only had TC candidates).
The CH News did print one story similar to the one on Town Council races today. Unfortunately (or not, for me), they only gave any details on the challengers.
And now it is time to review the web sites for the candidates running for Sheriff in Orange County. (See the first in this series of web site reviews here.) Since there are only three candidates I was able to look at these sites at the same time and do more of a comparison between the three.
As usual, there's some good in the Independent Weekly's endorsements, and some bad, and... oh hey, there's a judicial race this year? Wow, thanks for the heads up, Indy.
They recommend Renee Price for Commissioner District 2, and Barry Jacobs for the At-large district. I'm sure some of you readers will respectfully disagree and prefer Joal Broun, but I think she's fine where she is and I'd would rather see Barry continue his good work on the Board of County Commissioners.
These are my reviews of all of the websites of the candidates running for County Commissioner! I will be looking at web sites in other races in the coming weeks. Let me know what you think!
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