Jeannette Nichols is competing against three other Republican candidates for three spots on the November ballot for New Hanover County’s Board of Education. If elected, Nichols would embark upon her fifth four-year term. The retired teacher says serving on the Board is her way of staying connected to children.
Severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and into early this evening, according to the National Weather Service. Counties affected include New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender, Bladen, Columbus, Robeson, Sampson, Onslow, Horry, Dillon, and Marion.
During the March 15th primary, five Democratic candidates for New Hanover County’s Board of Education are hoping to land three open spots on the November ballot. Sandra Leigh says her experience and commitment set her apart.
During the upcoming primary election, voters will select three candidates for New Hanover County Board of Commissioners on the Republican ticket. Beth Dawson, the current Chair, is vying for one of those spots, and she’s up against six challengers. Dawson believes in emphasizing regional economic development to bring jobs to New Hanover County.
Listen to the full interview with David Wortman here.
David Wortman is one of four Republicans in New Hanover County hoping to secure a spot for Board of Education on the November ballot. On March 15th, voters will choose three candidates from each party to compete in the November election.
During the upcoming primary election, voters in New Hanover County will select three out of five Democratic candidates to run for the Board of Education. Emma Saunders believes the key to solving many educational issues is to start at the beginning. If elected, she would work to implement countywide pre-k.
Carolyn Rawls Booth, born in nearby Bladen County, spent nearly five years of her early childhood in a New Deal homesteading project known as Penderlea. When she was five, her family moved to Raleigh. She left college after two years to get married and raise a family; it wasn’t until she was in her 40s that she decided to go back to finish her undergraduate work. Carolyn Rawls Booth graduated at age 50, and published her first novel when she was 65.