Tag "Fleming El-Amin"

Counting the votes

    Counting the votes

Photo by Tevin Stinson Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Tim Tsujii, left; board member Fleming El-Amin; board Chairman Ken Raymond; and secretary Stuart Russell count write-in votes during a

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Students to Raymond: ‘Uncle Tom!’

    Students to Raymond: ‘Uncle Tom!’

BOE denies WSSU voting site for 2016 BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County Board of Elections voted for a final time that there will no 2016 voting site

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BOE denies WSSU as early voting site again

    BOE denies WSSU as early voting site again

In a heated Friday meeting, the Forsyth County Board of Elections voted 2-1 for an early voting plan that once again didn’t include a site at Winston-Salem State University. Fleming

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Mosque Q&A features Justice Ervin

    Mosque Q&A features Justice Ervin

(Justice Ervin fields a question from an attendee.) Newly-elected North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Sam J. Ervin IV visited the Community Mosque in Winston-Salem last Friday for You be the

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Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

    Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

Imam Khalid Griggs, an associate chaplain at Wake Forest University and leader of the Community Mosque, said in the aftermath

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

Registered voters staying home To the Editor: In Forsyth County, only 44 percent of eligible voters decided to vote. Why

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (democracy, voting, & experience)

No Excuses To the Editor: A participatory democracy demands active participation from its citizens. Voting is the primary means that

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Early voting plan unpopular

    Early  voting plan unpopular

(pictured above:  Fleming El-Amin sits on the three-member Board of Elections.) Some Forsyth County residents are fuming about a proposed early

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Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

    Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

Injustices Continue If North Carolina is not careful, it could garner the dubious reputation as a place where expediency trumps

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Editorial: Letter to the Editor

    Editorial: Letter to the Editor

Citizenship demands participation To the Editor: Citizenship carries both duties and responsibilities that require active participation. One of those responsibilities

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