FROM STAFF REPORTS

A flurry of activity during the final week of candidate filing ensured that the vast majority of races in Iredell County will be contested in 2020.

Candidate filing ended at noon on Friday. Primaries, where necessary, are scheduled for March 3.

Democratic candidates waited until the final days to file for office in several races in the N.C. General Assembly and the U.S. House of Representatives.

No Democrats filed to run for three seats on the Iredell County Board of Commissioners. Incumbent Charles Gallyon is the lone Democrat running for a seat on the Iredell-Statesville Board of Education.

Here is a list of local races and candidates:

IREDELL COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Three At-Large Seats
♦ Republicans: Gene Houpe, Raymond Burnette, Scottie Brown, Ryan Pegarsch, Melissa Neader, Steve Ellis


I-SS BOARD OF EDUCATION

District 2
Republicans: William Howell, Robert Bennett

District 4
Democrat: Charles Gallyon
Republicans: Doug Knight, Tim Kendall, Tony Henderson

District 6
Republicans: Kevin Angell, Charles Kelly


JUDICIAL DISTRICT 22A

District Court Judge (New Seat)
Republicans: Adam Hilton, Bryan Corbett, Daryl Davidson Sr.

District Court Judge (Iredell County Seat)
Republican: Christine Underwood

District Court Judge (Iredell County Seat)
Republicans: Susan Ervin, Rob Young

Superior Court Judge
Republicans: Julia Gullett, Will Long


N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

N.C. House – 95th District
Democrat: Amanda Brown Kotis
Republican: Grey Mills

N.C. House – 84th District
Democrat: Gayle Wesley Harris
Republican: Jeffrey McNeely

N.C. Senate – 34th District
Democrat: Barry Templeton
Republican: Vickie Sawyer


CONGRESS

U.S. House – 10th District
Democrat: David Parker
Republicans: David Johnson, Patrick McHenry, Ralf Walters

U.S. House – 13th District
Democrat: Scott Huffman
Republican: Ted Budd

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