A Little Election History - Getting Ready To Vote - Nov. 2, 2004

 
What are the Appellate Courts?
Appellate courts hear appeals regarding
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals -- Seat 1, vote for either Linda McGee or Bill Parker
Bill Parker
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals -- Seat 1, vote for either Linda McGee or Bill Parker
Linda McGee
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals -- Seat 2, vote for either Bryant or Stubbs
Wanda Bryant
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals -- Seat 2, vote for either Bryant or Stubbs
Alice C. Stubbs
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals - Seat 3, Vote for either Jackson or Thornburg
Alan Thornburg
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Court of Appeals - Seat 3 --Vote for either Jackson or Thornburg
Barbara Jackson
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 1, vote for Sarah Parker for Tyson
Sarah Parker
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 1, vote for Sarah Parker for Tyson
John Tyson
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Ronnie Ansley
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Rachel Lea Hunter
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Howard Manning Jr.
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Betsy McCrodden
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Fred Morrison Jr.
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
Paul M. Newby
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 of 8 candidates
James A. Wynn Jr.
 
October 20, 2004
N.C. Supreme Court -- Seat 2, vote for 1 or 8 candidates
Marvin Schiller
 
October 20, 2004
Mountains need Taylor in Congress
Patsy Keever has made a feisty run at U.S. Rep. Charles Taylor, matching his war chest and putting up ads that are just as slick, just as misleading and just as much a product of Washington strategists as his ads are.
 
October 20, 2004
superior court candidates
1. The community has invested in a domestic violence unit in the Sheriff's Department. What role do you see judges playing in addressing domestic violence issues and the enforcement of existing laws?
 
October 20, 2004
State Senate
1. The lack of health care is a challenge to many North Carolinians. What is your solution to aid these citizens?
 
October 20, 2004
State House Candidates
1. The lack of health care is a challenge to many North Carolinians. What is your solution to aid these citizens?
 
October 20, 2004
District court candidates
1. As a judge dealing with juvenile offenders and their families, what role do you see judges playing in addressing juvenile issues on behalf of the community?
 
October 20, 2004
School board candidates
Here are School Board questions and responses:
 

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