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The contests for Chatham County’s 2023 municipal elections are set. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Elections swore in the board members and chair for their two-year term at noon on Tuesday, July 18, at the Chatham County Board of Elections Office. more
Candidate filing for the 2023 municipal elections kicked off at noon on Friday, July 7. Candidates across a total of nearly 90 counties will seek office in a variety of offices within local county government. more
SILER CITY — Supporters gathered at the Chatham Rabbit on June 24 to celebrate Rev. Donald Matthews and his run for the mayor’s seat in Siler City.  more
PITTSBORO — With the highest voter turnout in the state, timely election results and consistent transparency, it’s not a stretch to say the Chatham County Board of Elections goes above … more
A Republican-led effort to ban most abortions after 12 weeks in North Carolina seems poised to become law. Chatham officials and community members, however, have voiced strong opposition to the … more
Liz Guinan, chairperson of the Chatham County Democratic Party, announced she would be stepping down from the position at a virtual party meeting last Thursday. more
Legislation known as the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” proposed by Republicans in the N.C. Senate would ban certain curricula around gender identity and sexuality for students in kindergarten through 4th grade, as well as require school staff to tell parents when a child wants to change their pronouns. more
PITTSBORO — Population and registered voter growth in and around Pittsboro has prompted Chatham County’s Board of Elections to break up two voting precincts into four. In January, the … more
WASHINGTON — Congresswoman Valerie Foushee (D, N.C.-Dist. 4) was appointed to serve on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in the 118th Congress.  “I am … more
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