Posted July 20, 2007 5:00 p.m. EDT
Updated November 6, 2007 5:12 p.m. EST
WAKE COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES
CLICK HERE to see Apex, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell and Zebulon.
(Click here to watch a video of a mayoral candidate debate.)
City Council At-Large (three seats)
City Council District 4 (one seat)
City Council District 5 (one seat)
City Council District 6 (one seat)
Richard D. Evans
City Council District 7 (one seat)
City Council District 8 (one seat)
City Council District 9 (one seat)
CLICK HERE to see Falcon, Godwin, Hope Mills, Linden, Spring Lake, Stedman and Wade
Chapel Hill Mayor
Kevin C. Foy (I)
Chapel Hill Council Member [four seats]
Cam Hill (I)
David Charles Nash
Jim Ward (I)
Carrboro Board of Aldermen [three seats]
Joal Hall Brown (I)
Tom Stevens (I)
Hillsborough Commissioner (three seats)
Eric Hallman (I)
Evelyn Lloyd (I)
Brian J. Lowen (I)
Bryant Kelly Warren Jr.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board of Education [three seats]
Mehar M. Safvi
Max G. Cotton
Randolph Voller (I)
Pittsboro Town Commissioner [three seats]
Gene Brooks (I)
Clinton Bryan (I)
CLICK HERE to see Siler City and Goldston
CLICK HERE to see Franklin County municipalities.
CLICK HERE to see Johnston County municipalities.
[The non-partisan municipal election for the city of Roxboro will be held on Oct. 9 and, if necessary, a runoff will be held on Nov. 6.]
CLICK HERE to see Person County municipalities.
The following counties have placed votes on new tax options on the ballot:
Land transfer tax of 0.4 percent of the sale value of a property – Brunswick, Chatham, Gates, Henderson, Hoke, Macon, Moore, Pender, Polk, Swain and Union.
Local sales tax of 0.25 percent – Catawba, Columbus, Cumberland, Greene, Hertford, Lenoir, Martin, Pitt, Robeson, Sampson and Surry.
Both the land transfer tax and the local sales tax – Davie, Graham, Harnett, Johnston and Rutherford. If both of the proposals are approved by voters, county officials can enact only one.