Today is Election Day in municipalities across Alamance County and the state. Polls are open until 7:30 p.m.
Special free access – for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday (Election Day), Nov. 5, 6, & 7 – stories, biographical information, and issues questionnaire for council/board of aldermen candidates in each of five largest municipalities – and mayoral candidates in Burlington and Haw River.
Full county-wide sample ballot available HERE
Find out candidate positions on tax rates, municipal spending priorities, industrial incentives, their own salaries, and other issues in each jurisdiction. Stories summarizing the candidate positions – plus the full questionnaire for each jurisdiction.
Burlington mayor’s race and two city council seats: https://alamancenews.com/burlington-mayoral-and-city-council-candidates-where-do-they-stand/
Elon – three town council seats: https://alamancenews.com/elon-will-get-at-least-one-new-councilman-due-to-one-retirement/
Gibsonville – three board of aldermen seats covered (mayor and one two-year term for alderman unopposed): https://alamancenews.com/gibsonville-mayor-one-alderman-unopposed-four-compete-for-other-three-alderman-seats/
Graham: unopposed mayor plus two city council seats: https://alamancenews.com/graham-has-four-candidates-for-two-city-council-seats/
Haw River – mayor’s race and two town council seats being contested: https://alamancenews.com/haw-river-voters-will-decide-mayoral-town-council-races/