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Municipal elections filing continues

Eleven more candidates filed Monday and Tuesday to run in local elections this November.

  • Chris Cranford filed for Rockwell Board of Aldermen.
  • Mayor Al Heggins, for Salisbury City Council.
  • Bob Bish, for Spencer Board of Aldermen.
  • Mayor Pro Tem Sharon D. Hovis, for Spencer Board of Aldermen.
  • Bryan Little, for Cleveland Board of Commissioners.
  • Incumbent Alderman Tony J. Hillian, for East Spencer mayor.
  • James (Doug) Shelton, for Granite Quarry Board of Aldermen.
  • Mayor Pro Tem David Post, for Salisbury City Council.
  • Ladale S. Benson, for Salisbury City Council.
  • Pat Webb Sledge, for Spencer Board of Aldermen.
  • Howard H. Doby Jr., for Spencer Board of Aldermen. Doby had previously filed for mayor and changed the race for which he filed.

Filing continues until noon Friday.

To file for municipal office, candidates must go to the Rowan County Board of Elections Office at West End Plaza. It is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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