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Three challengers, three incumbents file for municipal races on Wednesday

Staff report

SALISBURY — Filing for municipal elections continued at a steady pace Wednesday as six more people added their names to the list of candidates.

No race gained more than a single candidate.

The six people who filed include three challengers and three incumbents. They are:

• Brian Miller, running for re-election to the Salisbury City Council.

• Camilla Kennedy, a challenger running for the East Spencer Board of Aldermen.

• Brandon Linn, who filed for re-election to the China Grove Town Council.

• Gerald Osborne, who filed for re-election tot the Cleveland Board of Commissioners.

• Howard Boyd Jr., a challenger who filed to run for Kannapolis City Council.

• Challenger Timothy Justin Crews, who filed to run for the Rockwell Board of Aldermen.

For more information about municipal elections, call the Rowan County Board of Elections at 704-216-8140 or visit www.rowancountync.gov/191/elections.

The elections will be held Nov. 7.

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