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District Court Judge (District 14)
Nancy Gordon
Shannon Tucker
Anita Smith
Brian C. Wilks

District Court Judge (District 14)
Ann McKown
Tracy Hick Barley
Robert Nauseef

District Attorney
Democratic Primary
Mike Nifong
Freda Black
Keith Bishop
Sheriff
Democratic Primary
Worth Hill
Joe Bowser
Tony Butler
House District 29
Democratic Primary
Mary Jacobs
Angela Langley
Sandy Ogburn
Larry Hall
T. Brock Winslow

School Board District 1
Omega Curtis Parker
Dolores Davis Paylor
Jacqueline Wagstaff

School Board District 2
D.J. Waldow
Frederick Davis
Regina George-Bowden

School Board District 3
Kirsten Kainz
Phillip Graham
Steve Matherly
  • Candidates on the Durham County Primary Ballot and the Board of Education General Election, Spring 2006

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