Candidates that will be on the October 10 Dunn & Erwin ballots & Nov 7's Angier, Coats & Lillington ballots!

Dunn Mayoral Candidate Gwendolyn McNeill Stokes

Gwendolyn McNeill Stokes believes a thriving community can provide affordable housing, cleaner city vacant lots, better paved streets/signs, and citywide revitalization. She’ll fight to protect citizens’ property values, improve city wide water/sewer drain lines afford citizens (to include houses of worship) access to pre-disaster/post disaster relief recovery while advancing economic growth. She can be reached at [email protected]

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Dunn Ward 3 Candidate Raquel McNeil

Dunn native with 30 years of professional service to education. Equitable economic development and growth should be fairly and justly distributed in our city.  Attention to proper land usage, street and water drainage maintenance, and affordable homes in District 3. Transforming Together! She can be reached at [email protected]

Dunn Ward 4 Candidate Herbert Smith

Dunn native with 25+ years of service in the health and human services field. I believe that a maximized and enhanced quality of life should be afforded to all. Starting within your community, with attention to infrastructure, intergovernmental relations with surrounding municipalities, addiction and mental health, housing work and play. With your support, it can be and will be “Dunn”. He can be reached at [email protected]

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Angier Ward 2 candidate Ashley Strickland

My goal is to unite us as a community, honoring our roots while embracing change. Together, we will nurture an environment where every voice is heard, and every idea is valued. My goal is to bridge the gap between elected officials and citizens of the community to create relationships based on trust, humility, and authenticity. She can be reached at [email protected]

Coats Ward 2 Incumbent Kelvin Gilbert

As a Coats Native of More than 40 years and a disabled veteran, I believe every voice should be heard while creating new and innovative opportunities. Someone should be a voice for the youth of our Community with a Commonsense approach to everyday issues.  As a small business owner, I am a name you know, a voice you trust, working for you.  He can be reached at [email protected]

Lillington Commissioner - unexpired term candidate Patricia Moss

Patricia cares about her town and its issues: education, growth, prosperity, jobs, community safety, infrastructure. Retired from her law practice, she’ll work for the betterment of her community implementing a vision and plan for a successful future, believing in maintaining the integrity of Lillington while managing its growth. She can be reached at [email protected]