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Candidate filings for Cabarrus, Rowan

The following candidates have filed as of Friday’s deadline:
Rowan County County Commissioner
Republican:
– Ken Deal, China Grove
– Carl L. Ford, China Grove- James B. “Jim” Sides, Salisbury, incumbent
– Michael T. “Mike” Miller, China Grove
– Patty Overcash, Landis
– Donna Peeler, Rockwell
– Von Coolidge Poston, Salisbury;
– Harry Rivera, Salisbury
Democrat:
– W. Terry Julian, Faith
– Laura R. Lyerly, Salisbury- Michael C. Phillips, Rockwell
– Ralph M. Walton, SalisburyNonpartisan Kannapolis School Board (Rowan seat):
– Todd E. Adams, Kannapolis
– Lee M. Efird, Kannapolis, incumbent
N.C. House 76th DistrictRepublican:
– Fred Steen, Landis, incumbent
– Robert W. Campbell, Richfield
N.C. House 77th District
Democrat:
– Lorene T. Coates, Salisbury, incumbent
Republican:
– Ada M. Fisher, Salisbury
N.C. Senate District 34
Republican:
– Andrew C. Brock, Mocksville, incumbent
– William A. Burnette, Mocksville
U.S. Congress 6th DistrictDemocrat:
– Johnny J. Carter, Summerfield
– Teresa Sue BrattonRepublican:
– Howard Coble, Greensboro, incumbent
U.S. Congress 8th DistrictDemocrat:
– Larry Kissell, Biscoe
U.S. Congress 12th District
Democrat:
– Mel Watt, Charlotte, incumbent
Republican:
– Ty Cobb
Cabarrus County
N.C. Senate 36th District Democrat:
– Mike Helms, Mount Pleasant
– Jim Johnson, Concord
Republican:
– Fletcher L. Hartsell Jr., Concord, incumbent
– Thomas B. Hill, Concord
N.C. House 82nd District Republican:
– Jeff Barnhart, Concord, incumbent
– Larry G. Pittman, ConcordDemocrat:
– Wayne Troutman, ConcordN.C. House 83rd District
Democrat:
– John H. Stanley, Kannapolis- Barry G. Richards, ConcordRepublican:
– Linda P. Johnson, Kannapolis, incumbent
County Commissioner
Democrat:
– Wendell Fant, Concord
– Archie Y. Barnhardt, Concord
Republican:
– Robert W. (Bob) Caruth, Concord, incumbent;
– Holly Blackwelder, Concord- Elizabeth “Liz” Poole, Concord
– Marcy Hiers, Kannapolis
– James A. “Jim” Rhinehart, Concord
Register of Deeds
Democrat:
– Linda F. McAbee, Mount Pleasant, incumbent
U.S. Congress 8th District
Republican:
– Robert C. “Robin” Hayes, Concord, incumbent
Nonpartisan Kannapolis Board of Education (two Cabarrus seats)
– Charles Mitchell, Kannapolis, incumbent
– Doris H. Buchanan, Kannapolis, incumbent.

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