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ROCKINGHAM — Four candidates from each of the two major political parties will advance to the November ballot in the race for the Richmond County Board of Commissioners.

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RALEIGH — A new Civitas poll shows that Republican candidates running for U.S. Congress and the state legislature in North Carolina are in good shape heading into the 2022 midterm election.

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RALEIGH — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is among the top 10 Democrats named in The Washington Post’s quarterly Democratic presidential candidate ranking for 2024 released on April 16. Cooper came in at 6th place, down from 5th in its last ranking. The paper calls him "one leading contender you hear the least about” and says he is a “Biden-style candidate who checks lots of boxes.”

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County residents who plan to vote in the upcoming primary election on May 17 have only a few days left to register.

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Friday, 08 April 2022 12:16

Meet the candidates at Town Hall Forum

ROCKINGHAM — The Ashley Chapel Community Organization is hosting Town Hall Forums for the public to meet and hear the candidates running in the upcoming election for the positions of Richmond County Board of Commissioners, Board of Education, and sheriff. 

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ROCKINGHAM —  Candidates for office in Richmond County are invited to share their views at an upcoming Town Hall forum.

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ROCKINGHAM — Five of the seven Republican candidates for the Richmond County Board of Commissioners spoke Saturday at a meet and greet at VFW Post 4203.

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County voters will have a chance to hear from the Republican candidates running for the Board of Commissioners this weekend.

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ROCKINGHAM — The Ashley Chapel Community Organization is hosting a Town Hall Forum on Thursday, April 14, 2022, beginning at 6 p.m., at the Ashley Chapel Community Center, 297 Mizpah Road.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court has voted 6-3 to deny N.C. legislators' request to block a court-drawn congressional map for North Carolina. The high court's decision should end legal action connected to new N.C. election maps for the 2022 election cycle.

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