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Chatham County 

April 17–May 3:
One-stop registration and voting
May 6, 6:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m.:
Primary voting



Chatham County Board of Elections: 919-545-8500, www.chathamnc.org/Index.aspx?page=110



Click underlined candidate names to read available questionnaires. Questionnaires were not sent to candidates who do not face a challenger in the primary.



D = Democrat
R = Republican
NP = non-partisan
UNA = unaffiliated

County Commissioners

District 1 (Dem primary)
Patrick Barnes D
Sally Kost D
Jeanna Bock R
District 2 (Dem primary)
Mike Cross D
Armentha Lee Davis D
Jeffrey Starkweather D
Andy Wilkie R

Board of Education
(no primary/ Nov election only)

District 1
Mia Munn NP
Flint O'Brien NP
District 2
Gene Galin NP
Peter Rubinas NP

Register of Deeds

Treva B. Seagroves D
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