(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S. history to be elected to the Senate, died Saturday, Jan.
Photo by Todd Luck New members (from left) Robert Barr, Lori Goins Clark, Deanna Taylor, Dana Caudill Jones, David Singletary and Mark Johnson. An orientation was held Thursday, Dec. 4
(pictured above: State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr., School Board member Elisabeth Motsinger and Tripp Jeffers (right) check election results at Foothills Brewery.) A win was not in the cards for
(pictured above: Sen. Kay Hagan casts her ballot on Oct. 24 during the early voting period in Guilford County.) Voters – 1, Prognosticators – 0. Early figures show that Midterm voter
(pictured above: Stacey Rubain (second from right) poses with supporters and friends (from left): Justin Hurie, Renu Syal, Bryan Mosley and
Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board
The 2014 election season promises to be an interesting one, with major shifts on the horizon for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County