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Longtime Raleigh City Council member Bonner Gaylord won’t call for a runoff electionin the race for an at-large seat. That means Stewart will take that seat, which
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
in the race for an at-large seat. That means Stewart will take that seat, which was vacated by longtime council member Mary-Ann Baldwin. But it’s still unclear if Charles Francis, a candidate for mayor, will call for a runoff against incumbent... Read more
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Third-place finisher concedes Raleigh City Council race, securing a win for a Democrat| News & Observer Nicole Stewart, 36, stands to win an at-large seat on the Ra
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
| News & Observer Nicole Stewart, 36, stands to win an at-large seat on the Raleigh City Council after Stacy Miller announced on Thursday that he won’t seek a runoff. Contributed photo Nicole Stewart, 36, stands to win an at-large seat on... Read more
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Most incumbents are poised to keep seats on Raleigh City CouncilGaylord. In the at-large council race, Nicole Stewart, 36, seemed poised to fi
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
Gaylord. In the at-large council race, Nicole Stewart, 36, seemed poised to fill the seat being vacated by council member Mary-Ann Baldwin, who is stepping down from local politics. Baldwin had endorsed Stewart’s campaign. Stewart works as a... Read more
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Beneath a quiet election, change stirs in Raleighleft, David Cox, Russ Stephenson, Corey Branch, Kay Crowder, Mayor Nancy McFarl
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
left, David Cox, Russ Stephenson, Corey Branch, Kay Crowder, Mayor Nancy McFarlane, Bonner Gaylord, Dickie Thompson and Mary-Ann Baldwin watch a presentation as the Raleigh City Council meets in its chambers in downtown Raleigh on Dec. 1, 2015.... Read more
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The quiet evolution of Nancy McFarlane, Raleigh’s not-so-controversial mayorfor granted,” McFarlane said. “Complacency is the problem.” Charlotte Mayor Je
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
for granted,” McFarlane said. “Complacency is the problem.” Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts lost the Democratic primary last month in a bid to keep her seat. Some thought Roberts was divisive, as she battled the General Assembly over LGBT... Read more
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Could public buses become the go-to method for Wake County students to get to school?another transportation option to and from school. Last month, the council dire
The News & Observer / Posted 16 days ago
another transportation option to and from school. Last month, the council directed a subcommittee of Wake’s Transit Planning Advisory Committee to consider offering students the free fares for GoRaleigh buses. But on Tuesday, the council voted... Read more
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Endorsed in Raleigh City Council racesRaleigh City Council endorsements | News & Observer From left, Raleigh city at
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
Raleigh City Council endorsements | News & Observer From left, Raleigh city attorney Thomas McCormick, council members Mary-Ann Baldwin, Dickie Thompson, David Cox, Russ Stephenson, Corey Branch and Kay Crowder socialize before the Raleigh City... Read more
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Meet the crowded field of at-large candidates for Raleigh City Councilof at-large candidates might also have something to do with political events cl
The News & Observer / Posted a month ago
of at-large candidates might also have something to do with political events closer to City Hall. Until Councilwoman Mary-Ann Baldwin announced this summer she would not seek re-election, there hadn’t been a vacant at-large seat on Raleigh’s... Read more

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