Ex-Sheriff Pendergraph Wins Seat On Commission

Nov 3, 2010

Democrats held on to their majority on the Mecklenburg County Commission, but lost a seat with the defeat of incumbent Dan Murrey. Former Sheriff Jim Pendergraph, a Republican, will take his spot. Democrats now hold a 5-4 majority over Republicans. Commission Chairwoman Jennifer Roberts was the top vote-getter. She edged Pendergraph by 934 votes. Democrat Harold Cogdell took the third at-large seat. Roberts says she's pleased with the outcome considering it was a bad night for Democrats nationwide and controversial budget cuts that commissioners have made the last two years.

Judge Bell Wins, Three Others Ousted

Nov 3, 2010

Third-Party Groups Crash Land On NC Politics

Nov 1, 2010

North Carolina Republican Party Chariman Tom Fetzer is crying foul on touchscreen voting machines in 36 counties, including Mecklenburg. He says votes intended for Republicans are being counted for Democrats. He says the party has received complaints from early voters in 12 counties, but assumes that similar machines in other counties have the same problems. Mecklenburg Board of Elections spokeswoman Kristin Mavromatis says her office has only received five complaints out of more than 36,000 early voting ballots that have been cast.

Voters Capitalize On Ease Of Casting Early Ballot

Oct 25, 2010

Choosing Judges Challenges Voters

Oct 22, 2010

Murray And Barnes Compete For Mecklenburg DA

Oct 20, 2010

Outside Groups Spend Big On Upstate SC Race

Oct 14, 2010

Shape Of Political Boundaries At Stake This Election Year

Oct 11, 2010

SC's Senator DeMint Is GOP 'Power Broker'

Aug 17, 2010

Manning Loves Alvin Greene

Jul 23, 2010