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2013 municipal filing

Filing for all municipal offices will begin on Friday, July 5 at noon and end on July 19 at noon at the Rowan County Board of Elections Office, located at 130 W. Innes Street, Salisbury. The following municipal officials’ terms expire this year:

$5 fee

Town Council — four year terms
Brandon Linn, Charles Seaford, Mike Upright

$5 fee

Mayor — two year terms

John I. Steele Jr.

Commissioners — four year terms
$5 fee

Patrick T. Phifer, Travis Summitt, Danny Gabriel

$10 fee

Mayor — two year terms

Barbara Mallett

Aldermen — four year terms

$5 fee
Phronice Johnson, Rosa Burris, Tammy L. Corepening

$5 fee

Aldermen — two year terms
W. Todd Peeler, Keith Deal, Gary Gardner, Bill Johnson, Gay Sanderson

$5 fee

Aldermen — four year terms
Eloise Peeler, Brad Kluttz

$60 fee

Mayor — four year terms
Bob S. Misenheimer

City Council — four year terms
$30 fee

R. Gene McCombs, Randy Cauthen, Darrell Hinnant

$5 fee

Aldermen — four year terms
Dennis Brown, D. Craig Sloop

$5 fee

Mayor — two year terms

Beau Taylor

Aldermen — two year terms

$5 fee
Chuck Bowman, Charles Wingerson, Timothy Justin Crews, Eric Moore, Tim Draper

$10 fee

City Council — two year terms
Paul Woodson, Maggie Blackwell, William (Pete) Kennedy, Karen Alexander, Brian Miller

$5 fee

Mayor — two year terms

Jody Everhart

Aldermen — two year terms

$5 fee
Jim Gobbel, Kevin Jones, Jeff Morris, Scott Benfield, David Smith, Reid Walters

For additional filing information contact the Rowan County Board of Elections at 704-216-8140.

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