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Robbie Perkins


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Nancy Vaughan Nancy Vaughan (D), 52

Message to Voters
I have a history of fighting for what I believe in. I have never taken the easy way out. I am prepared and focused to move Greensboro in a positive direction.

Top Issues
Jobs & Economic Development: Greensboro is a resilient City. We are transitioning from our legacy employers to more diverse industry clusters. We must make sure that we have a prepared workforce and the infrastructure in place to support economic growth.

Neighborhood Stabilization We must invest in strong neighborhoods. Neighborhoods across the city deserve the same level of service and attention. Safe affordable housing, access to resources, safety and economic development.

Solid Waste Management We must find a long-term cost effective solution for our solid waste disposal. We must create and implement a plan for long-term sustainable waste management, waste reduction and recycling.

What have you done, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
I think we should revisit the Council Financial Disclosure form. Use a form similar to what is used at the state level, modified for Council business and extended to Board and Commission members.
Nancy Vaughan
Occupation: Community Volunteer
Education: Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT (1979-1981) Local interest: Impact Greensboro and Undoing Racism
Age: 52
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: VaughanforMayor@gmail.com
Phone: 336-215-0192
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Marikay Abuzuaiter Marikay Abuzuaiter (D), 59

Message to Voters
My voting record proves that I have kept my promise to listen to ALL citizens & to have all stakeholders "at the table" on issues/concerns.

Top Issues
Economic development: Council can not CREATE jobs, but creating the proper environment to attract employers should be our top priority. Site-ready acres are important, but I also believe that addressing small business concerns will, in turn, attract larger businesses.

Infrastructure and maintenance New infrastructure may attract economic development, but our current infrastructure (roads, water system, buildings) is crumbling. We MUST prioritize the maintenance for what we have before we pursue new initiatives. Businesses DO notice!

Poverty/wants and needs 20% of our children live in poverty. While we are able to raise millions for what some citizens "want" it appears to me that we should be raising millions for what we NEED. In these economic times we need to listen to what our citizens NEED!

What have you done, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
When a citizen requests information from me I have supplied it! Many times it has only been an answer to a question or direction on where to find an answer. I have never ignored a citizen request.
Marikay Abuzuaiter
Occupation: Owner, Mahi's Restaurant
Education: Graduate of Greensboro College, Impact Greensboro, Greensboro Citizens Academy, Greensboro Citizens Police Academy
Age: 59
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: Abuzuaiter@aol.com
Phone: 336-314-9620
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Mike Barber Mike Barber (D), 51

Message to Voters

Top Issues
Job Growth: It is important that we create, and market, a Greensboro that is attractive for job growth, relocation, and local investment.

Community Safety: Closely examine the metrics that reflect crime clusters and incidents and reallocate resources to address issues. Identify the top 7 or 8 commercial and entertainment districts, not simply Downtown, and provide adequate policing.

Fiscal Management: Develop monthly, simple to understand, snapshots of the metrics that measure our city's financial health. Identify and examine our unfunded future debt, such as pensions, retirements and some debt obligations. Create and implement an employee suggestion program rewarding employees monetarily for finding cost savings, as opposed to feeling obligated to spend annual budgets to receive funding the following year.

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
Recommend utilizing key word software that places most emails on a server and available to the public, which will also reduce the high volume of public record requests and cost. Create a panel to review other correspondence and flagged emails. Create a 3rd public monthly meeting for speakers which actually allows for discussion between council members and public.
Mike Barber
Occupation: Attorney/CEO The First Tee of the Triad
Education: Grimsley High School.....UNC/UNC-G B.A. Economics/ Juris Doctorate-Campbell University5
Age: 51
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: MikeBarberlaw@aol.com
Phone: 336-580-4241

Jean Brown Jean Brown (R), 73

Message to Voters
I will represent all the citizens but especially those who believe that they do not have a voice in city government.

Top Issues
unnecessary spending The budget needs to be balanced and all expenditures that are not necessary for our city needs to be eliminated.

foolish regulations We should look at the many regulations that have taken control of our lives and brought us under government control.

Arts center We should not help finance anything that a majority of our citizens are against.

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
Meet more directly with citizens at town meetings and listen to the advice and complaints of the people we represent
Joseph Landis
Occupation: retired
Education: Graduated from Sumner School and Rockingham Community College where I majored in Travel and Tourism. Took additional classes at GTCC where I studied Spanish.
Age: 73
Affiliation: Republican

Email: ilbez4u2c@yahoo.com
Phone: 919 904 8222

Ben Holder Ben Holder (D), 42

Message to Voters
People should vote for me because of my track record and what I have gotten accomplished. I have continuously been a positive force.

Top Issues
Hire Police Chief: According to my sources, Miller told his command staff that he was leaving on Feb 1, 2014. The incoming GPD rookie class is the last one Miller will bring in. Hiring a chief is priority 1. We need a dynamic search for a great chief.

Hire City Manager Denise Turner Roth should not be our city manager. She has had a horrendous time since she obtained the position. She has lost the trust of many staff members and is not looked favorably upon in the publics eye. Greensboro must do better.

Hire City Attorney If there is one department in the city that operates at the lowest form possible, it's the legal staff. The current attorney well, here: http://greensboro.rhinotimes.com/Articles-Articles-c-2013-03-06-215024.112113-City-to-be-more-opaque.html

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
I have been the guiding light for Greensboro for a decade. Nobody in this city, not the media or the government, has fought for transparency and uncovered lies as successfully as I have. I do it.
Ben Holder
Occupation: Property Manager
Education: BA Salem College
Age: 42
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: benhgreensboro@aol.com
Phone: 336-988-9857
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Yvonne Johnson Yvonne Johnson (D), 70

Message to Voters
I love this city, and its people. I have served them with commitment, vision, and a deep sense of caring.

Top Issues
Jobs & Economic Development The city council should support economic development and job growth, by making sure we have site ready tracks of land, and infrastructure in place to attract new businesses to the city. We also need to continue to support our small businesses.

Good Quality of Life We need to maintain a good balance of activities ie., Arts, culture, and recreation, so the quality of life in Greensboro remains viable for our residents and others considering moving here.

Improve Public Transportation TA needs assessment should be conducted to see what is needed, and what people are not using, as well as to learn how we can better serve those who use public transportation.

What have you done, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
I have always tried to provide vital information when asked. Unless there is a personnel issue, I answer questions and share information.
Yvonne Johnson
Occupation: Non-Profit Executive Director
Education: Master\'s Degree in Counseling from NC A&T State University Honorary Doctorate from Bennett College BA in Psychology from Bennett College
Age: 70
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: Yvonne.johnson@greensboro-nc.gov
Phone: 336-255-3060
Website: www.yvonne2013.com
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Chris Lawyer Chris Lawyer (R), 34

Message to Voters
I want to help ensure that Greensboro is maximizing the vast potential that we have right here in our city in order to be the best we can be.

Top Issues
Budgets: We need to ensure that our budgets are focused on the needs of our city and not wants. Our budgets need to maximize efficiency in as many areas as possible. Being responsible with tax payer dollars is of the utmost importance.

Business/Jobs We need to focus on creating a business environment that is friendly and as seamless as possible for both large and small businesses. City Council can't create jobs, but it can make the environment for business as conducive as possible.

Public safety and Infrastructure. These two areas are a bedrock of city government. These are high priority areas that are a need and not a want. We must be sure that these are areas of focus rather than just another item in a budget.

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
When we are addressing an issue there must be full disclosure available at all times. We need to be as inclusive as possible of all citizens in the governing process.
Chris Lawyer
Occupation: Physician Assistant
Education: BS in Exercise and Sports Science, James Madison University '03 Master of Physician Assistant Studies King's College '05
Age: 34
Affiliation: Republican

Email: lawyerforcouncil@gmail.com
Phone: 324-9472
Website: lawyerforcouncil.com
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T. Dianne Bellamy-Small


This candidate has filed to run for office but did not respond to multiple invitations to add their information for free to this website.

Sharon Hightower


This candidate has filed to run for office but did not respond to multiple invitations to add their information for free to this website.

Jamal Fox Jamal Fox (D), 25

Message to Voters
To become an innovative forward thinking city we must have the right blend of knowledge, experience, skills, and ideas to sustain our city.

Top Issues
Community Greensboro neighborhoods should reflect the needs of our citizens. It is critical that our community knows we care. We will strengthen our relationship, educate, and empower our citizens in hope to provide a sense of pride in their community.

Economic Development The City of Greensboro must be fiscally responsible. A responsible balanced budget is not a limitation but it is a road map to sustainable future with spending priorities established rationally and available funds allocated accordingly.

Public Safety The City of Greensboro must have a professional police force with sufficient personnel and resources to not only respond to crime in the area but also work to reduce crime in Greensboro.

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
I will strengthen the communication between the city and community i.e. town halls.I will work hard and be accessible to hear concerns, work with the community to find solutions and build trust.
Jamal Fox
Occupation: Adjunct Professor
Education: MPA, Capella University BA in Political Science, NC A&T State University
Age: 25
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: jamal@jamalfox.com
Phone: 336-612-3653
Website: jamalfox.com
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Jim Kee Jim Kee (D), 55

Message to Voters
When I was elected to city council in 2009, district two had two million dollars of economic development investment going on. Today, district two has over three hundred million dollars of economic dev

Top Issues
Economic Development Greensboro is the third largest city in North Carolina in size but ranks seventh in median income. City leaders have to give primary focus to providing ways of creating and sustaining small businesses, while attracting medium to large businesses

Public Safety We have done a good job keeping crime low and providing public safety for our citizens. However, there is always room for improvement. GPD has kept crime low and is currently down nine percent year over year. Our fire department continues to be

Infrastructure Providing new infrastructure in the right areas is key to growing and sustaining this city. We have to concentrate on areas of expected growth within our city limits and adjacent to our city limits that do not have annexation constraints or where

What have you done, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
I continue to keep the citizens informed regarding proposed investments such as the performing arts center and the Florida street extension. I encourage citizen participation on all items.
Jim Kee
Occupation: Developer and property manager
Education: Bachelor of Science in Economics from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Age: 55
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: jimkee2013@gmail.com
Phone: 336-285-8378
Website: http://votejimkee.com
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Zack Matheny Zack Matheny (R), 40

Message to Voters
My hope is that the citizens of Greensboro recognize my strength as a leader on City Council, my ability to rationalize and bring common sense to issues, and asking important questions in striving us to move forward.

Top Issues
Economic development/job creatin Our region lost 90k jobs from 2000-2010, we have to do what we can in ED. I currently chair the first ever City Economic Development Task Force, where we are actively working to create solutions for our City.

Public safety Our Police and Fire departments are a major backbone for our community. We continue to work diligently to tackle issues and maintain proper levels of safety in our City. I work with the Chief's to ensure they have the tools to do the job.

Fiscal Responsibility Throughout my tenure on Council we have never raised taxes (actually we had a decrease albeit small) and we continue to make solid investments in out community. I promise to continue to be a good steward of our taxpayer dollars.

What have you done, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
Over my years on council I have gotten closed meetings taped so at sometime they can be released for public and I have argued for meetings to be open to all. I am accessible and open with all topics.
Zack Matheny
Occupation: Entrepreneur
Education: North Carolina State University
Age: 40
Affiliation: Republican

Email: zackmatheny@gmail.com
Phone: 336-686-1336
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Wendell Roth Wendell Roth (R), 47

Message to Voters
Greensboro is an awesome place to live and work and I am confident we can make it even better. If elected, I will always be approachable

Top Issues
Jobs Job creation must be placed back at the top of the City Council's priorities. We need to award more city contracts to existing Greensboro based businesses, creating local jobs and revenues. As an entrepreneur, I have learned first-hand that start

Fiscal Responsibility Greensboro has the highest tax rate and highest unemployment rate of any city in North Carolina. Greensboro's tax rate is 65% higher than Raleigh's and our unemployment rate is about 30% higher. Higher taxes mean fewer companies which mean fewer

Term Limits The best way for a city to continuously improve is to ensure a constant influx of new ideas. I will promote an extension of the city council term to four years COUPLED with a three-term limit. Serving as Mayor would also count as one of the three

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
We need to conduct the public's business in front of the public. In addition, we need to simplify the city's accounting methods and require transparency for city funded initiatives and entities
Wendell Roth
Occupation: Entrepreneur and Consultant
Education: Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Age: 47
Affiliation: Republican

Email: wendell@wendellroth.com
Phone: 336.508.1981
Website: wendellroth.com/
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Nancy Hoffman


This candidate has filed to run for office but did not respond to multiple invitations to add their information for free to this website.

Bill Knight


This candidate has filed to run for office but did not respond to multiple invitations to add their information for free to this website.

Sal Leone Sal Leone (D), 41

Message to Voters
I am like my voters, a working and tax paying citizen.

Top Issues
The people must come first: The concept of the people first is simple but is it practiced in council. The council seems to give who they want loans. There always seems to be a conflict with council and anyone in real estate. The council needs to listen more often.

Unemployment: I am not sure council is aware of the unemployment rate. The number seems to stay in the same range for years.

Poverty : The rate is high in the Greensboro area but all I hear is talk. There are some lost council people. The council wants to spend millions on GPAC, millions on forgiveable loans, but children go hungry, the IRC is under funded.

What will you do, specifically, to increase transparency in city government?
The answer is to involve the community in major votes, community meetings for public feedback.
Sal Leone
Occupation: Law Enforcement
Education: AAS degree, over a 120 credits total. I have over 600 hours in FEMA traing, hundreds of other hours in law enforcement training, Advance law enforcement certification, general instructor for law enforcement.
Age: 41
Affiliation: Democratic

Email: Vote4leone@gmail.com
Phone: 336 554-5555
Website: www.leoneforcouncil.com
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Tony Wilkins


This candidate has filed to run for office but did not respond to multiple invitations to add their information for free to this website.

Blogs & News

Candidates in the news and local blogs

Theresa yon...pubic figure or not ?--Dang
April 20th, 2015 -- 10:46 PM

Let s see... Theresa Yon just got selected as the new treasurer of the NC republican party... Theresa Yon has told more than a few people about her intentions to run for city council potential new District 7... Theresa Yon miserably failed an NC house run a few years back... Theresa Yon and her husband Glen Romano call 911 regularly to complain about noise... Noise! Theresa Yon seems to have

On the Rhino push poll, Trudy Wade, Joe Killian etc... from a couple of Facebook threads--East Greensboro Performing Arts Center
April 15th, 2015 -- 10:46 PM

It appears the poll list was from a primary. But it doesn't say which. 33,500 votes were cast in 2013's general election, which means far fewer in the primary, which probably means the polling firm most likely didn't use a city council primary for the list, but an on year election with many more voters, which makes sense as very few of the 13,000 polled reported the event. I doubt most of

SB 36: Baby, meet bathwater--Blog on the Run: Reloaded
April 15th, 2015 -- 8:34 PM

A couple of folks in the local blogosphere — e.g., George Hartzman, here — have suggested that SB 36, State Sen. Trudy Wade’s misbegotten monkeying around with the city of Greensboro’s election system, will be good for Greensboro because it will rid the city of a corrupt City Council. Their thinking is that because the […]

City Council spends $25,000 of everyone else's money to save themselves--East Greensboro Performing Arts Center
April 8th, 2015 -- 11:45 PM

I don't really care what happens with the redistricting. Looks like Deena Hayes-Green will run in Roy's District 7. Our council members stole from everyone's kids on this one. Mike Barber should be defeated and run out of town, IMO. I have never seen an elected public official lie as much as I, among others have witnessed Mr. Barber lie. Mike Barber is Jim Melvin's boy on the Megasite deal

CHRISTENSEN TO LEAD GREENSBORO PARTNERSHIP --Yes!Weekly
April 8th, 2015 -- 3:48 PM

(Greensboro, NC) Brent Christensen, a 20-year veteran of the economic development industry and current Executive Director of the Mississippi Development Authority, has been named the new President and CEO of the Greensboro Partnership.

"This is an exciting day for our community and for the Greensboro Partnership," said Lee Lloyd, Chairman of the Partnership. "Brent is a dynamic and energetic leader who has led highly successful economic development efforts at the local, regional and state level. He brings an extraordinary level of talent, relationships and experience to our community that will allow us to significantly raise our economic development profile, both nationally and internationally.“

Christensen has ties to North Carolina, having earned undergraduate degrees in economics and public policy from Duke University. He currently leads economic development efforts for the State of Mississippi, having been named to the top position at the Mississippi Development Authority by Governor Phil Bryant in April of 2012.

Previously, Christensen served for ten years as the President and CEO of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, where he led the operation of the Chamber, the Council for Economic Outreach (the economic development agency for the Gainesville, FL region) and the Gainesville Technology Enterprise Center, a high-tech business incubator. During Brent’s tenure, the Gainesville Chamber achieved the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's 5-Star Accreditation, placing it among the top one percent of chambers of commerce nationwide.

"I am thrilled to return to North Carolina, especially at a time when the economic development program statewide is being rejuvenated," said Christensen. "Greensboro is a great community with tremendous assets and is very well positioned for business success in the coming years. I look forward to working collaboratively with others in the community to realize our full potential."

The announcement today comes as the culmination of a national search process that was led by executive search firm Jorgenson Consulting Inc. The search committee consisted of community leaders, elected officials and Greensboro Partnership board members. "We were incredibly pleased by the quality of candidates that Jorgenson presented," said Chuck Burns, Chairman of the search committee. "We also worked to ensure that our finalist candidates met with a broad cross-section of leaders across our region, including business leaders and developers from both Greensboro and High Point, and government officials at the city and county level. We were impressed and pleased with the widespread support to hire Brent as our new President and CEO."

Nancy Vaughan, Mayor of Greensboro and a member of the search committee, said, "I am so pleased that Brent has chosen to lead the Partnership. I had the pleasure of meeting him while serving on the search committee, and I was impressed with his experience and passion for economic development. I know he will serve our city well."

"I commend the Partnership for being so inclusive in its process to find a new CEO,” said Jeff Phillips, Guilford County Commissioner and a member of the search committee. “I am very confident that Brent’s experience and accomplishments will prove to be extremely beneficial for our region, and I'm really looking forward to working with him to advance our economic development efforts in Guilford County."

"Brent has experience in working with colleges and universities, having formed a great partnership with the University of Florida while in Gainesville,” said Dr. Harold Martin, Chancellor of NC A&T State University and a member of the search committee. “We look forward to working with him to leverage our community's higher education assets while exploring new strategies for creating job opportunities for our graduates and new entrepreneurial enterprises through our technology transfer and commercialization efforts."

Chris Chung, CEO of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina and responsible for overseeing the state’s efforts in business recruitment and retention, said, “Brent is a wellrespected professional economic developer who has served at the helm of a formidable competitor state in the industrial recruitment business. Rather than having to compete with him for the same employers that North Carolina is pursuing, I’m glad we can welcome him as the newest member of the North Carolina team, and I congratulate the Greensboro Partnership on an excellent decision. We look forward to an even stronger working relationship with the Partnership in the coming months and years."

Christensen holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. He and his wife, Holly, have three children: Connor (17), Will (14) and Annabeth (10). He will assume his new role at the Greensboro Partnership no later than June 1, 2015.

About the Greensboro Partnership The Greensboro Partnership is the principal economic and community development organization in Greensboro, North Carolina. Through the work of its four business units – Action Greensboro, Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development, and Entrepreneur Connection – the Partnership works to develop a vibrant community that creates, expands, and attracts business while advancing the quality of life for all. For more information on the mission of the Greensboro Partnership, visit www.greensboropartnership.com."

- A Press Release

Faircloth should defer to Greensboro colleagues on SB 36--News&Record Greensboro
April 8th, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

As a High Point resident, I was allowed to vote last November on proposed changes to the way my City Council is elected.

Faircloth should defer to Greensboro colleagues on SB 36--News&Record Greensboro Alt
April 8th, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

As a High Point resident, I was allowed to vote last November on proposed changes to the way my City Council is elected.

Susan Ladd’s handy-dandy guide to fighting SB 36--Piedmont Publius
April 1st, 2015 -- 11:25 AM

OK the Greensboro citizenry is supposedly so fired up and so engaged in fighting Sen. Trudy Wade’s bill to restructure the City Council, yet they need N&R columnist Susan Ladd to hold their hands all the way to Raleigh to speak out against it in front of the House Elections Committee: How to lobby in […]

Electricites ‘nominal’ $89 million debt restructure--Piedmont Publius
March 31st, 2015 -- 10:05 AM

High Point City Council member Latimer Alexander voted against Electricities Board of Directors’ plan to refinance its $1.35 billion debt: ElectriCities projects that the cost of the restructuring would be $89 million, with High Point’s share of this about $20.4 million. “(Other board members) continued to say the cost of the refinancing is nominal, and […]

What Motivated the New Police Chief's Selection?--Triad Conservative
March 22nd, 2015 -- 9:46 PM

John Hammer had an interesting article in the Rhino Times. He asserts that the Greensboro city manager selected the new police chief-- Wayne Scott-- in spite of five council members being opposed to that selection. At least, that is what Hammer was told. And I believe that he was told...
      

Greensboro's Baha'i Faith--Greensboro Daily Photo
March 22nd, 2015 -- 5:45 AM

The Spiritual Assembly of Baha'i is located on Lawndale Avenue, just down from the Greensboro Science Center and backing up to Country Park. The religion was founded in 1844 in Iran, with its core principles being the unity of God, religion, and humanity. The Baha'i faith celebrates diversity of race and culture and are welcoming to people of all backgrounds. According to their Greensboro Facebook page, there are 5 million adherents worldwide and approximately 164,000 members in the United States. They don't have clergy in the Faith but operate through a system of elected councils. The Greensboro group was founded...

Is Wade’s council bill fueled by sour grapes?--News&Record Greensboro
March 19th, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

Is it my imagination or are the most vocal local supporters of state Sen. Trudy Wade’s City Council changes former office holders who lost elections in recent years? For example, Robbie Perkins (for m

Is Wade’s council bill fueled by sour grapes?--News&Record Greensboro Alt
March 19th, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

Is it my imagination or are the most vocal local supporters of state Sen. Trudy Wade’s City Council changes former office holders who lost elections in recent years? For example, Robbie Perkins (for m

Public forum this weekend to discuss Greensboro City Council changes--News&Record Greensboro
March 18th, 2015 -- 1:44 PM

GREENSBORO - A public hearing will be held this weekend on Senate Bill 36, the plan to dramatically change the structure of the Greensboro City Council and red-draw its election districts.

Public forum this weekend to discuss Greensboro City Council changes--News&Record Greensboro Alt
March 18th, 2015 -- 1:44 PM

GREENSBORO - A public hearing will be held this weekend on Senate Bill 36, the plan to dramatically change the structure of the Greensboro City Council and red-draw its election districts.

Inside Scoop: Gubernatorial candidate opposes SB 36--News&Record
March 16th, 2015 -- 6:30 PM

Gubernatorial candidate Ken Spaudling came out against the Greensboro City Council redistricting bill Monday.

Inside Scoop: Gubernatorial candidate opposes SB 36--News&Record Greensboro
March 16th, 2015 -- 6:30 PM

Gubernatorial candidate Ken Spaudling came out against the Greensboro City Council redistricting bill Monday.

Inside Scoop: Gubernatorial candidate opposes SB 36--News&Record Greensboro Alt
March 16th, 2015 -- 6:30 PM

Gubernatorial candidate Ken Spaudling came out against the Greensboro City Council redistricting bill Monday.

The Most Dangerous Woman in America--Under Siege
March 16th, 2015 -- 5:24 PM

From Chris Hedges: SEATTLE—Kshama Sawant, the socialist on the City Council, is up for re-election this year. Since joining the … Continue reading
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