Triad City Beat voter guide


imgresIf you didn’t get out to the polls during early voting, tomorrow — official primary election day — is your chance to stand up and be counted. The polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

You can find a list of candidates at the websites for the Guilford County Board of Elections and Forsyth County Board of Elections.

Triad City Beat is not endorsing in this election because, frankly, we haven’t interviewed all the candidates and don’t feel like we can honestly make the call. But this is an important election considering that many voting districts are drawn with a partisan skew, and whoever wins the primary is likely to sail through the general election in November.

Here are some stories we’ve done during the primary season that might help you make your decision.

US Senate (Republican primary):

Random Listicle: Seven candidates for US Senate

6th Congressional District (Republican primary):

GOP warriors battle to determine who will wear the Coble Madras jacket

12th Congressional District (Democratic primary):

Congressional candidates minimize differences in debate

Forsyth County Sheriff (Republican primary):

Discontent brews against sheriff, two ex-employees angle for his job

State Senate District 28 (Democratic primary):

State House District 57 (Democratic primary):

Young Dems slam Jim Kee, endorse Pricey Harrison

OOPS: Jim Kee’s election mistake

State House District 58 (Democratic primary):

A four-way fight for the state House District 58

State House District 60 (Democratic primary):

Personal histories shape dust-up in state House District 60 primary

Guilford County Commission at large (Democratic primary): 

Two Democrats vie for at-large seat on Guilford commission

Forsyth County Commission District B (Republican primary):

Former school superintendent contends in county commission race

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board District 1 (Democratic primary):

Democrats to recover school board seat as GOP appointee walks

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board District 2 (Republican primary):

New faces but same philosophy in suburban school board race