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News Release:

    Reminder: Filing ends at noon tomorrow, Friday July 19th. Candidacy forms must be received by this office by the noon deadline.

    Attached you will find our spreadsheet for complete filings to date.

    Beaufort County, North Carolina     
    Candidates for Municipal Election     
    November 5, 2013     
         
updated 07/18/2013 Page 1 of 2  Filing began at 12 Noon on Friday, July 5th and will end at 12 Noon on Friday, July 19th.    
 IncumbentContestCandidate NameResidential AddressMailing AddressCityZipPhone
TOWN OF*MayorClif Williams876 Grace Drive AuroraNC252.322.4059
AURORA*CommissionerPatricia Bragg522 S. 6th StreetP.O. Box 565AuroraNC252.322.5842
(Mayor & 2 comm  Raleigh B. Lee III305 N. 6th Street AuroraNC252.322.5115
seats; 1 comm -*CommissionerW.C. Boyd Jr470 Pearl Street AuroraNC252.322.5738
unexpired term) *        
TOWN OF*CommissionerJay Hardin203 S Main Street Bath27808252.943.7505
BATH        
(2 comm seats)        
         
TOWN OF*MayorAdam W. O'Neal693 E Water StreetPO Box 477Belhaven NC252.943.3055
BELHAVEN        
(Mayor & 2 ald -        
1 East, 1 West seats; West EndGreg Satterthwaite222 George StreetPO Box 681BelhavenNC877.333.8574
1 ald unexpired        
term - East) **        
         
         
TOWN OF *MayorJimmy Mobley159 NC Hwy 33 EastPO Box 26Chocowinity27817252.946.4864
CHOCOWINITY *CommissionerBilly Albritton75 Jones CirclePO Box 249Chocowinity27817252.402.7845
(Mayor & 2 comm*CommissionerLouise Furman82 Furman DrivePO Box 82Chocowinity27817252.943.7682
seats)        
         
* Aurora Filing Update: Due to the resignation of Commissioner George Jones, a special election will be held in conjunction with the November 5th election to fill the remainder of the term.       
 The Contest will state: Town of Aurora, Commissioner, Unexpired Term and is listed as such on the Municipal Candidate spreadsheet.       
         
** Belhaven Filing Update: Due to the resignation of Alderman Cindy Ross, a special election will be held in conjunction with the November 5th election to fill the remainder of the term.      
  The Contest will state: Town of Belhaven, Alderman East End, Unexpired Term and is listed as such on the Municipal Candidate spreadsheet.      
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 IncumbentContestCandidate NameResidential AddressMailing AddressCityZipPhone
  MayorStuart Edwin Ricks65 Maple Street Pantego27860252.943.3303
PANTEGO*CommissionerMart Benson157 Maple Street Pantego27860252.943.2620
(all seats =*CommissionerChad Keech99 Latham Street Pantego27860252.945.8999
Mayor & 5 comm) CommissionerReid Michael Gelderman160 Maple Street Pantego27860252.945.3183
 *CommissionerRobert F. Edwards85 Clark LaneP.O. Box 176Pantego27860252.943.2435
  CommissionerCharles F. "Chuck" Williams401 Maple Street Pantego27860252.935.6860
         
TOWN OF*MayorTom Richter313 College AvenuesameWashington27889252.946.8479
WASHINGTON        
PARK*CommissionerJeff Peacock312 Riverside DrivesameWashington27889252.362.7635
(all seats =*CommissionerLee Bowen500 Isabella AvenuesameWashington27889252.946.7162
Mayor & 5 comm) CommissionerBrian Wood207 College AvenuesameWashington27889252.943.8283
 *CommissionerPatrick Nash406 Riverside DrivesameWashington27889252.619.6702
 *CommissionerDon Wilkinson323 Isabella AvenuesameWashington27889252.946.1702
CITY OF MayorMac Hodges156 East Water StreetsameWashington27889252.946.0824
WASHINGTON        
(all seats =        
Mayor & 5 council)*CouncilpersonRichard Brooks820 Boston Avenue Washington27889252.946.6607
  CouncilpersonGil Davis735 West 2nd StreetsameWashington27889252.974.2114
  CouncilpersonLloyd May102 Iron Mine WaysameWashington27889252.945.5761
 *CouncilpersonDouglas Mercer105 Lawson RoadsameWashington27889252.946.8538
 *CouncilpersonBobby Roberson235 East Main StreetsameWashington27889252.975.5176
 *CouncilpersonWilliam H. Pitt318 The CourtyardsameWashington27889252.940.8509
  CouncilpersonLarry Beeman405 Blount PlacesameWashington27889252.974.7793
         


    Kellie Harris Hopkins

     Director
     Beaufort County Board of Elections

    PO Box 1016  •  1308 Highland Drive, Suite 104  •  Washington, NC 27889
    Phone: 252.946.2321  •  Fax: 252.974.2962
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