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Citizens' College comes to Jordan-Matthews High School
[Oct. 27, 2008] "Citizens’ College – How Government Works" is coming to Jordan Matthews High School as a voluntary “after school program” beginning on Thursday, October 29. By Gary Simpson
 
Gene Galin for Chatham School Board
[Oct. 27, 2008] I strongly support Gene Galin in the Board of Education race. This is a non-partisan race. Plus quite frankly I vote for those who I believe will have the best impact. By Larry Hicks
 
Galin's community involvement is not a conflict of interest
[Oct. 9, 2008] The Chatham Coalition endorsement said this about Gene Galin, “Galin’s campaign raises another concern. His ownership and editorial control of the Chatham Journal, the Chatham Chatlist and the Chatham Online Bulletin Board, which often cover discussions of Chatham Schools, poses a conflict of interest for him as a candidate, and an even more serious conflict if he is elected to the School Board.”
 
Getting out the vote in western ChathamGetting out the vote in western Chatham
[Sep. 7, 2008] In an effort to increase voter participation in Western Chatham, the Campaign for Change is mounting an intensive effort to register as many eligible voters as possible before One Stop voting commences in October. By Delcenia Turner
 
Chatham Democrats open headquarters with Bar-B-Q for Obama
[Sep. 1, 2008] The Chatham County Democratic Party kicks off the opening of its campaign headquarters in Pittsboro with an Obama-Biden cook-out and rally on Labor Day, September 1 from 3 pm to 6 pm.
 
Candidates for Chatham County Commission - District 1Candidates for Chatham County Commission - District 1
[May 2, 2008] The primary elections take place on Tuesday, May 6th. The Chatham Journal does not endorse candidates. We provide our readers with candidates’ answers to a questionnaire we sent out in March. These questions were based on input from our readers and the Chatham Chatlist. Below are the responses from the candidates for district 1.
 
Candidates for Chatham County Commission - District 2Candidates for Chatham County Commission - District 2
[May 2, 2008] The primary elections take place on Tuesday, May 6th. The Chatham Journal does not endorse candidates. We provide our readers with candidates’ answers to a questionnaire we sent out in March. These questions were based on input from our readers and the Chatham County Online Chatlist. Below are the responses from the candidates for district 2.
 
Thompson offers no endorsements in county commission raceThompson offers no endorsements in county commission race
[May 2, 2008] Recently I made comments regarding the contributions that Jeffrey Starkweather and Sally Kost have made to Chatham County. These comments were publicized by their campaign, with my permission. Even though I stand by this statement, I did make it clear that my comment was not intended to be a public endorsement. By Carl Thompson
 
Pittsboro mayor and county commissioners meet Barack Obama
[Apr. 28, 2008] On April 17th Chatham County Commissioner Tom Vanderbeck, Chatham County Democratic Party Chair Karl Kachergis, Second Vice-Chair Delcinia Turner and I had the honor of witnessing a great speech and Q & A session by U.S. presidential hopeful Barack Obama. By Randolph Voller
 
Sierra Club endorses Kost and StarkweatherSierra Club endorses Kost and Starkweather
[Apr. 22, 2008] The North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club has endorsed Sally Kost in District 1 and Jeffrey Starkweather in District 2 in the race for Chatham County commissioner.
 
100,000 new homes?
[Apr. 22, 2008] No, not 100,000 more homes, but rather a proactive vision for economic development. The Chatham Coalition has been circulating flyers and emails slamming Patrick Barnes and Mike Cross for securing a 19MGPD wastewater allocation for Chatham County. By Larry Hicks
 
Former Chatham Coalition leaders run for County CommissionersFormer Chatham Coalition leaders run for County Commissioners
[Mar. 3, 2008] Citizen advocates Sally Kost and Jeffrey Starkweather are running as a team in the Democratic primary for Chatham County Commissioners from Districts 1 and 2 respectively.
 
African American Caucus sponsors American Blackout
[Feb. 26, 2008] Given the unique historicity of the upcoming Presidential election, the African American Caucus of the Chatham County Democratic Party, is emphatically urging all citizens, particularly African Americans, to exercise prudent vigilance in the observance of May Primary and November General Election procedures in their communities. By Delcenia Turner
 
Mia Munn files for Chatham County school boardMia Munn files for Chatham County school board
[Feb. 26, 2008] Mia Munn entered the race for Chatham County School Board District 1 on Monday. A former teacher and financial analyst, Munn was urged to run by people in the community. Her highest priority is ensuring that all students in Chatham County schools receive quality instruction and curriculum.
 
Rubinas files for Chatham Board of Education raceRubinas files for Chatham Board of Education race
[Feb. 25, 2008] Chatham County parent Pete Rubinas filed today as a candidate for the District 2 seat on the Chatham County Board of Education.

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