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Filing starts today for municipal elections

SALISBURY — Filing for municipal elections begins today at the Rowan County Board of Elections.
Individuals can file for candidacy in the Nov. 5 election from noon today until noon on Friday, July 19.
All candidates in the following municipalities should file with the Rowan County Board of Elections, 130 West Innes Street in Salisbury:
• China Grove (three open seats for town council)
• Cleveland (mayor, three open seats for town commissioners)
• East Spencer (mayor, three open seats for town aldermen)
• Faith (five open seats for town aldermen)
• Granite Quarry (two open seats for town aldermen)
• Kannapolis (mayor, three open seats for city council)
• Landis (two open seats for town aldermen)
• Rockwell (mayor, five open seats for town aldermen)
• Salisbury (five open seats for city council)
• Spencer (mayor, six open seats for town aldermen)
Candidates must be residents and qualified voters of the town or city in which they file for office.
For more information about filing, call the county elections office at 704-216-8140.

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