Category Archives: Elections

7% of College Hill voters had nothing better to do on Tuesday than go out and vote, particularly for Outling and Vaughan

Voters in College Hill joined the rest of the tiny turnout of Greensboro voters in re-electing Mayor Nancy Vaughan and the entire City Council on Tuesday. All of the incumbents on Precinct G44’s ballot except Mike Barber ran even better … Continue reading

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We have a new polling place beginning with October primary

The Board of Elections has moved the polling place for Precinct G44, which includes College Hill. We’re now voting at the Guilford County Schools administration building, 501 West Washington St., at the corner of Washington and Spring Street. It’s across Spring Street … Continue reading

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Primary election for City Council and mayor on October 6; incumbents Vaughan and Outling both have 2 challengers

The primary election for city offices will be held in less than two weeks, on Tuesday October 6. Early voting begins tomorrow, Thursday September 24, and runs through Saturday October 3 (closed Saturday September 26 and Sunday September 27). The … Continue reading

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Precinct G44 election results

Our precinct’s results were generally in line with the overall results in yesterday’s primary election. Turnout in the precinct was pathetic, 8.5 percent. Democrats overwhelmingly supported U.S. Sen. Kay Hagen, 121 to a total of 13 for her two opponents. … Continue reading

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Primary election: Tuesday May 6

It’s just two highly suspenseful weeks until Election Day for the May primary. You may say, “It’s only the primary,” but, come on, this could be at least as much fun as any other off-year election. Republicans get to vote … Continue reading

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