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October 16, 2017

Building a better police department and improving its rapport with Greenville residents will continue to be a centerpiece of Kandie Smith’s service on the Greenville City Council if she retakes her District 1 seat in November, Smith said in an endorsement interview with The Daily Reflector.…

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October 16, 2017

FARMVILLE — Farmville residents have a choice between two very different candidates for town mayor.

Incumbent Mayor Bobby Evans, 81, and his challenger Heather Irvin, 28, are both vying for the mayor's seat with intentions to emphasize different aspects of the town.

Evans hopes to focus on…

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October 16, 2017

WINTERVILLE — As the Winterville municipal election approaches, residents are gearing up to cast ballots in one of the county's most hotly contested races.

An incumbent and three challengers make up Winterville's crowded race for mayor.

Incumbent mayor Doug Jackson faces Winterville…

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October 16, 2017

AYDEN — Three seats are up for grabs on the Ayden Board of Commissioners. Voters will select candidates to fill Ward 3, Ward 4 and Ward 5.

In Ward 3, newcomers Buddy Blake and Robert Langley look to implement their strategies to improve the town.

Langley filed for office because he had roots…

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October 15, 2017

Calvin Mercer’s record of supporting partnerships and initiatives to move the city forward and his ability to unite people behind such efforts make him the best candidate for Greenville’s next mayor, Mercer said during an endorsement interview with The Daily Reflector.

“The most…

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October 15, 2017

Curtis Pulley is among four candidates for mayor in Greenville. He has no political experience but has a strong conviction that his leadership can bring change for the better to the city and its residents. Daily Reflector editor Bobby Burns sat down with Pulley at his home in University Towers on…

October 15, 2017

Teamwork and leadership skills learned from years on the baseball field and running a business will help P.J. Connelly focus Greenville government on job creation, public safety and infrastructure if he is elected mayor, Connelly said during an endorsement interview with The Daily Reflector.…

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October 05, 2017

Candidates for Greenville City Council have spent about $60,000 on their election efforts since Jan. 1, with Councilman At-Large Calvin Mercer’s mayoral campaign leading in funds raised and spent, according to financial reports that were due this week.

According to 35-day expense reports due…

October 03, 2017

Safety, Town Common development, parking, student housing and support of the arts community were among topics candidates for Greenville City Council addressed during a forum hosted by the Uptown Greenville organization and several of its partners. 

Eleven candidates, including the four mayoral…

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September 27, 2017

Candidates for local office met for the first time on the public stage Monday night, introducing their backgrounds and plans to local residents and holding some civil discussion about differences with their opposing candidates. 

The forum was hosted by the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Pitt…

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