Saturday, June 10, 2023

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Meet the Candidates for Alamance County Sheriff


Biographical information on Sheriff’s candidates for November 8 General Election (voters may select one in each race):


Terry S. Johnson


Full name: Terry Steven Johnson
Nickname, if any: —
Born: Date of birth: March 25, 1950
Place of birth: Burlington, Alamance County
Education: B.S. in Criminal Justice, East Carolina University; graduate of the fifth North Carolina State Bureau Investigation Academy;
Military service: None.
Occupation/place of employment: Alamance County Sheriff
Family: Spouse – Patricia Isley Johnson, married 51 years
Children – Paul Steven Johnson; Emily Jean Robinson;
Religion/church affiliation: Methodist
Organizations: N.C. Sheriffs Association; National Sheriffs Association; member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police; member of Ala-mance County Law Enforcement Executive Association; member of the NC Sheriffs Association Sheriff Training and Standards Division.
Political career: Alamance County Sheriff since 2002
Address: 3934 Spanish Oak Hill Road, Snow Camp

Kelly T. White


Full name: Kelly Tyrone White
Nickname, if any:
Born: Elizabeth City
Place of birth:
Education: Associate’s in Criminal Justice, Guilford Technical Community College; Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice, Liberty University.
Military service: Occupation/place of employment: Deputy chief/deputy director for police and public safety at Winston Salem State University.
Family: Spouse – Shameka Sutton White
Children – two daughters
Religion/church affiliation: Christian
Organizations: Vice president, NC Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators; regional director for Campus HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Law Enforcement Executive Association.
Political career: —
Address: 2405 Grand Oaks Blvd., Burlington

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