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Wake County 2010 Voting Guide 

Depending on your precinct, some of these races will not appear on your ballot. Other contests may be on your ballot, but the Indy does not endorse in unopposed races.


U.S. SENATE

Elaine Marshall (D)


U.S. HOUSE

District 2: Bob Etheridge (D)

District 4: David Price (D)

District 13: Brad Miller (D)


N.C. SENATE

District 14: Dan Blue (D)

District 15: Charles Malone (D)

District 16: Josh Stein (D)

District 17: Richard Stevens (R)


N.C. HOUSE

District 33: Rosa U. Gill (D)

District 34: Grier Martin (D)

District 35: Jennifer Weiss (D)

District 36: Robin Anderson (D)

District 37: Debra McHenry (D)

District 38: Deborah K. Ross (D)

District 39: Darren Jackson (D)

District 40: Violet Rhinehart (D)

District 41: Chris Heagarty (D)


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

District 1: Don Mial (D)

District 2: Lindy Brown (D)

District 3: Steve S. Rao (D)

District 7: Jack Nichols (D)


CLERK OF COURT

Nancy (Lorrin) Freeman (D)


SHERIFF

Donnie Harrison (R)


NONPARTISAN RACES

Supreme Court Associate Justice: Robert C. (Bob) Hunter

Court of Appeals Judges: Jane Gray (Calabria seat), Rick Elmore (Elmore seat), Martha Geer (Geer seat), Cressie Thigpen (Wynn seat). For the Wynn seat, you can rank your top three choices in Instant Runoff Voting; we also recommend Stan Hammer and Harry Payne.

District 10 Court Judge (four races): Dan Nagle, James R. Fullwood, Keith O'Brien Gregory, Vince Rozier

Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor: Jennifer (Jenna) Austin Wadsworth, Marshall Harvey


REFERENDUM

Constitutional amendment providing that no person convicted of a felony may serve as sheriff: For


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