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Here’s the field for November elections

ASHEBORO — Filing for this year’s off-year elections ended on Friday, July 21. The election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 7.


Races include municipal elections for cities and towns as well as the Asheboro City Schools Board of Education.


Municipal elections are non-partisan.


Following is a list of local candidates who filed in Randolph County during the filing period:


Asheboro City Council

Eddie Burks, Jane Hughes Redding, Charles Swiers, Harry Okeke, Joey Trogdon.


ACS Board of Education

Gidget Kidd, Ryan Patton, Melissa Calloway, Gwen Williams, Todd Dulaney.


Randleman Aldermen

At Large — Mike Dawkins, Marty Leonard, Kim Grooms Keaton. 

Ward 1 — Steve Grooms, Jr., Renee Bryant. 

Ward 4 — Lee Hinson, Kimmy Williams.


Franklinville Mayor

A.C. Hurley.


Franklinville Town Commissioners

Priscilla Ann Dunn, L. McKay (Mac) Whatley.


Liberty Mayor

Filmore York.


Liberty Town Commissioners

Greg Carpenter, Don Herndon.


Staley Mayor

Michelle Hooker-Ravenall, Karen R. Scotton.


Staley Town Commissioners

Renee Harrelson, Steve Rollins, Lori Lynn Langley-Hankins, Sherri Martin, Faye Johnson.


Seagrove Town Commissioners

Homer Beheler, Carol Kim.


Ramseur Mayor

Hampton Spivey, Vicki Caudle.


Ramseur Town Commissioners

J.C. Parrish, Jay Hubbard, Tresa Cheek Hatchett.


Thomasville City Council

Ronald Fowler, Eric Kuppel, Paula Widener Peters, Payton Williams, Lisa Shell, Dana Skeen Lomba.


High Point Mayor

Victor Jones, Cyrill Jefferson, Abdul Rashid (Richard) Siddiqui, Gene Kinimonth.


High Point Council

At-Large — Sam Carr, Shazia Iqbal, Orel Henry, Britt W. Moore, Amanda Cook, Willie H. Davis, Kenneth Jabari Harper, Jr.        

Ward 3 — Monica Peters, Richard Bahadur.