FORUM AUDIO POSTED: The four candidates vying for two open seats on the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners came together Monday, October 6th in WHQR's MC Erny Gallery to distinguish themselves from their opponents.
Wilmington voters will decide on a 44 million dollar transportation bond this November. But what will this bond do? WHQR’s Isabelle Shepherd spoke with Mike Kozlosky, Executive Director of the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization, regarding the bond, which would help fund projects totaling $55 million.
IS: You’ve been here all today and for all of the meetings regarding this transportation bond. Have you seen a lot of citizens come out? What’s it been like?
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals suspended prohibitions against same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting last week. But the State Board of Elections is still cautioning voters to register before the voter registration deadline this Friday.
Wilmington voters will decide whether to approve a 55 million dollar transportation bond this November. WHQR’s Isabelle Shepherd reports that the City of Wilmington is educating voters on the bond, which would fund improvements to increase traffic flow, safety, walkability, and bikability.
At a Candidate Forum in WHQR’s M.C. Erny Gallery Monday night, a partnership of HQR News and WWAY Newschannel 3, Republican Incumbent Rick Catlin and Democratic Challenger Betsy Jordan told voters that they both value public education, the environment, and the film industry.
Economic development experts say aging transportation systems are holding back growth in southeastern North Carolina. The candidates for North Carolina’s Senate District 9, which encompasses most of New Hanover County, differ on whether the Mobility Formula is fair.
Monday, September 29th, at 7:00 PM, Republican Representative Rick Catlin and Democratic Challenger Betsy Jordan will participate in a Candidate Forum at in WHQR's M.C. Erny Gallery at 254 North Front Street, 3rd Floor.
The candidates for North Carolina House District 20 will answer questions from WWAY's Chris Brown, WHQR's Rachel Lewis Hilburn, questions submitted via email to Coastline@whqr.org, and questions from a live studio audience.
You can participate in one of three ways:
Be part of our live studio audience in the WHQR M.C. Erny Gallery.