This website is accessible to all versions of every browser. However, you are seeing this message because your browser does not support basic Web standards, and does not properly display the site's design details. Please consider upgrading to a more modern browser. (Learn More).

You are here: home > news > county politics

County Politics

Page 5 of 7     1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Chatham County Democratic party elects new officers
[Apr. 16, 2007] The sound of 140 voices singing "America the Beautiful" wafted from the old courthouse in Pittsboro Saturday morning, April 14, as ninty-six delegates and their guests assembled for the Chatham County Democratic Party Convention. Delegates came from Chatham County's eighteen precincts and joined with elected officials and other guests to talk and meet at this annual Chatham County Democratic Party (CCDP) gathering. By Kitty Griffith
 
Americans for Prosperity and the Chatham Conservative Voice announce partnershipAmericans for Prosperity and the Chatham Conservative Voice announce partnership
[Feb. 12, 2007] The North Carolina Chapter of the national free-market grassroots group, Americans For Prosperity (AFP-NC), and the Chatham Conservative Voice (CCV) today announced they are joining forces. The partnership will make Chatham County taxpayers more powerful in the fight for lower taxes and lower levels of government spending and regulation in Pittsboro, Raleigh, and Washington, DC.
Also: Chatham Conservative Voice
Also: Americans for Prosperity
 
Thank you note from the Chatham Coalition
[Dec. 5, 2006] I am writing on behalf of the Chatham Coalition, to thank everyone who participated in the November election, regardless of how you voted. We are amazed and grateful that, once again, Chatham had one of the highest voter turnouts in the Triangle. By Jeffrey Starkweather
Also: Chatham Coalition
 
Chatham Democrats accepting nominations for the board of electionsChatham Democrats accepting nominations for the board of elections
[Dec. 4, 2006] The Chatham County Democratic party nominating committee for the Board of Elections is ready to review resumes and to interview candidates for the two positions for the Board of Elections.
 
Kathie Russell for School BoardKathie Russell for School Board
[Nov. 6, 2006] My name is Kathie Russell and I am running for Chatham County School Board in District 3. I live in Moncure and have three young children who will be attending Chatham County schools for many years to come. I am employed full time as an attorney as well as being a parent (which is always a full time job)! By Kathie Russell
 
Karl Ernst - Candidate for County Commissioner, District 4
[Nov. 2, 2006] Karl Ernst, Republican candidate for County Commissioner, district 4 answers our questionnaire.
 
Tom Vanderbeck - Candidate for County Commissioner, District 4Tom Vanderbeck - Candidate for County Commissioner, District 4
[Nov. 2, 2006] Tom Vanderbeck, Democratic candidate for County Commissioner, district 4 answers our questionnaire.
 
Commissioner candidate Tom Vanderbeck challenges opponentCommissioner candidate Tom Vanderbeck challenges opponent
[Oct. 17, 2006] Tom Vanderbeck, Democratic candidate for the Chatham County Board of Commissioners, challenged his opponent Karl Ernst to denounce the “divisive and hate-filled” rhetoric of the Association to Defend Chatham’s Heritage a pro-district voting referendum group.
 
Chatham Coalition endorces candidates in fall electionChatham Coalition endorces candidates in fall election
[Oct. 2, 2006] The Chatham Coalition, a political action committee, announced its endorsements of candidates running in the November 7 election. The Coalition endorsements are as follows; Board of Education District 3: Kathie Russell, Soil and Water Supervisor: Richard Hayes, Board of County Commissioners, District 3: Tom Vanderbeck.
Also: Chatham Coalition
 
Chatham County Democrats vote to fund Young DemocratsChatham County Democrats vote to fund Young Democrats
[Aug. 18, 2006] The Executive Committee of the Chatham County Democratic Party has voted to give $1500 to The Young Democrats of Chatham County to help it recruit new members and to work on community projects of special interest to young people. The grant is conditioned on the chapter’s affiliating with the state organization, North Carolina Young Democrats, by September 1.
 
Chatham County's Young Democrats start organizingChatham County's Young Democrats start organizing
[Jun. 25, 2006] The Young Democrats of Chatham County will hold a "Pizza and Politics" night on Friday, July 7, 2006 in the Multipurpose room of the Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro. By Marian Copeland
 
Chatham residents choose balanced growth ticket in county commission primaries
[May 3, 2006] Chatham voters decisively elected leaders advocating balanced growth and open government in a historic landslide victory for George Lucier, Carl Thompson and Tom Vanderbeck in the Democratic County Commissioners Primary Tuesday. By Roland McReynolds
 
Who is going to control Chatham County? Chatham residents or outside developers?Who is going to control Chatham County? Chatham residents or outside developers?
[Apr. 27, 2006] Last week's official campaign finance report filings for County Commissioner candidates provide a clear answer: If Bunkey Morgan, Tommy Emerson, and Mary Nettles are elected it will be outside developer and real estate interests -- the ones who gave them over $23,000 in campaign contributions. By Jeffrey Starkweather
 
Chatham Coalition demands Bunkey apologize for religious smearChatham Coalition demands Bunkey apologize for religious smear
[Apr. 24, 2006] The Chatham Coalition, a citizens political group, today called on Chatham County Board of Commissioners Chair Bunkey Morgan to issue a formal public apology for making false statements regarding the Coalition and for making a reckless religious smear.
 
Letter from Bunkey Morgan to the ACLULetter from Bunkey Morgan to the ACLU
[Apr. 24, 2006] Your letter addressed to me was received Easter weekend, what a coincidence. This issue did not start with the newspaper article it started a few weeks before when a citizen approached me after I gave an invocation at one of our monthly meetings. The individual said I offended him with the opening invocation because I included Christ in my prayer. At the same time he informed me he was a member of The Coalition and “they would clean our clocks in the upcoming election”.

Page 5 of 7     1 2 3 4 5 6 7

 
News

Free Classifieds

Got Feedback?
Send a letter to the editor.

Subscribe
Sign up for the Chatham Chatlist.

Advertise
Promote your brand at chathamjournal.com





Google
ChathamJournal Web



Subscribe now: RSS news feed, plus FREE headlines for your site