Photo By Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Democrats running for judicial office presented their qualifications to voters at Forsyth County Democratic Headquarters on Thursday, Aug. 25. Candidates running
A short ballot with important votes awaits voters during the June 7 primary. The race for the fifth district, N.C. Supreme Court, and a re-do of the extremely close South Ward City Council race are on the ballot for the second primary.
Three candidates will be competing in the June 7 Democratic primary for the chance to run against incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx, who was first elected in 2004 to represent the 5th Congressional District.
James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Primaries and caucuses are events that are happening almost every week now. This has been the case for many months now. Barbershops, malls, hair
(pictured above: Stacey Rubain (second from right) poses with supporters and friends (from left): Justin Hurie, Renu Syal, Bryan Mosley and
With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that
Democratic Party forum features School Board hopefuls (pictured above: Deanna Taylor speaks passionately at the forum.) The Forsyth County Democratic
(pictured above: Attendees and participants march around the church’s parking lot Sunday.) Ministers and congregants alike donned hooded sweatshirts Sunday afternoon