BOONE — The results for Watauga County’s elections were made official on Friday, Nov. 15, as the Watauga County Board of Elections signed off on the results without incident.
BOONE – Dustin Hicks, Loretta Clawson and Nancy LaPlaca will receive Boone Town Council seats after 109 absentee and provisional ballots were approved and counted by the Watauga County Board of Elections on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Watauga County Courthouse.
WATAUGA — A tight race for Boone Town Council seats could potentially come down to provisional ballots, and at least one incumbent in two municipalities will not return to their council seats after unofficial Election Day results on Nov. 5.
WATAUGA — The Watauga County Board of Elections hopes to see more voters at the polls on Election Day on Nov. 5, as Director Matt Snyder said the polls have been “quiet” during one-stop early voting.
WEST JEFFERSON —Both of the Watauga’s state legislature incumbents are looking to keep their seats as Boone Democrat N.C. Rep. Ray Russell and Blowing Rock Republican Sen. Deanna Ballard are going forward with re-election campaigns.
BOONE — Election Day for two open seats on the Blowing Rock Town Council takes place Tuesday, Nov. 5. Four candidates are running for two open seats on the Blowing Rock Town Council, with the top two vote-getters winning four-year terms. The Blowing Rock mayor is running for re-election unop…
BOONE — The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce this year presents a special podcast series that features each of the four candidates on the 2019 ballot for Boone Town Council.
BEECH MOUNTAIN — The choice in the town of Beech Mountain might be framed as six candidates going for three council seats, but the theme during the nearly three-hour candidates forum at the Buckeye Lake Recreation Center on Oct. 10 was whether voters will prefer the three challengers or the …
BOONE — One-stop early voting for the local municipal election opens at the Watauga County Administration Building on Oct. 16 and at the Appalachian State University Plemmons Student Union on Oct. 21.
BOONE — The four candidates for the three open seats on the Boone Town Council fielded eight questions at a forum hosted Oct. 10 by the Appalachian State College Democrats in the Table Rock Room of the Plemmons Student Union.
SEVEN DEVILS — Plans for the new and old town hall in Seven Devils as well as the placement of a proposed trail between Watauga and Avery counties were topics of discussion for four Seven Devils Town Council candidates on Oct. 9.
Below are sample ballots for voters in the 2019 municipal elections for Beech Mountain, Blowing Rock, Boone and Seven Devils. Early voting begins Oct. 16, and Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5.
BLOWING ROCK — The four candidates for the two seats on the Blowing Rock Town Council and the lone mayoral candidate answered a myriad of questions at the Blowing Rock Civic Association’s Candidates Forum on Oct. 3 at a packed American Legion Hall.
Overlooking Rivers Street from the Roess Dining Hall on the campus of Appalachian State University, the Watauga County Democratic Party hosted a Fall Rally on Saturday, Oct. 5.
WATAUGA COUNTY — The 2019 municipal election season ramps up in the next five weeks with candidate forums, early voting, registration deadlines and finally, Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 5, when 19 candidates seek 12 elected offices in Watauga’s four towns. And in those four towns, every tow…
BOONE — The Watauga County Board of Elections unanimously approved a schedule for one-stop early voting with varying hours and dates for its two sites during its July 23 meeting.
WATAUGA — Listings for those running in the November municipal election were made final at noon on July 19 as the two-week candidate filing period came to a close.
BOONE — The two-week municipal election filing period began at 12 p.m. on Friday, July 5, and by the end of the day, four filers had put pen to paper, including one challenger in Boone.
BOONE — As the new fiscal year starts on July 1, the Watauga Board of Elections discussed its budget and lack of funding for items such as new equipment on June 11.