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Brock, Brown Present Platforms at Forum

October 25, 2006
Category: History & Politics
By Mark Wineka, Salisbury Post To say that the Democratic-led General Assembly spent a $2.4 billion state surplus like drunken sailors is an insult to drunken sailors everywhere, Republican State Sen. Andrew Brock of Davie County said Thursday night. But his Democratic opponent, Larry Brown of…
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School Board Candidates Square Off at Catawba Forum

October 25, 2006
Category: History & Politics
By Holly Fesperman Lee, Salisbury Post Candidates for the Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education weighed in on key school issues during a Tuesday evening candidates' forum at Catawba College. The forum, sponsored by Catawba College, The Salisbury Post and the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce, gave…
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County Commission Candidates Lay Out Plans

October 25, 2006
Category: History & Politics
By Jessie Burchette, Salisbury Post The six candidates vying for three seats on the Rowan County Board of Commissioners never mentioned their party affiliation Thursday night, but they all stressed their conservative credentials. "It doesn't matter what I tell you," said Chad Mitchell, the lone…
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Brock, Brown Present Platforms at Forum

October 25, 2006
Category: History & Politics
By Mark Wineka, Salisbury Post To say that the Democratic-led General Assembly spent a $2.4 billion state surplus like drunken sailors is an insult to drunken sailors everywhere, Republican State Sen. Andrew Brock of Davie County said Thursday night. But his Democratic opponent, Larry Brown of…
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Candidate Forums Slated at Catawba College

September 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, History & Politics, Students
In a special, double edition of the Catawba College Community Forum, the College, together with the Salisbury Post and the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce, will present candidates for the North Carolina General Assembly, along with candidates for local political offices on Tuesday, October 17 and…
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