Bladen County Board of Education District 1 representative Glenn McKoy filed for another term Friday as the first week of the filing period for November’s election ended.
McKoy, a former coach at Whiteville High School and a resident of Council, is currently vice-chairman of the nine-member board. McKoy is a Democrat, although school board elections are non-partisan.
The filing period closes Friday, Dec. 20 at noon. The primary election is March 3. The general election is Nov. 3.
McKoy was the only candidate to file for a county office since Monday, when nine people, including four incumbents, filed.
Four District 13 judges filed for re-election during the week, including Scott Ussery for the Bladen County seat. Other judges who filed were Pauline Hankins, Ashley Gore and Jason Disbrow.
Here are Bladen County filings through Friday, Dec. 6. (i) is for incumbent.
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BLADEN COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
AT-LARGE (3 SEATS)
(i) Michael Cogdell, Elizabethtown
Greg Taylor, Elizabethtown
(i) Ray Britt, Elizabethtown
(i) David Gooden, Elizabethtown
(i) Dr. Ophelia Munn-Goins
(i) Daniel Dowless, Bladenboro
Rodney Hester, Bladenboro
James G. “Jimmie” Smith, Elizabethtown
BLADEN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
(i) Glenn McKoy, Council
Tim Benton, Bladenboro
DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DISTRICT 13
(i) Pauline Hankins, Bolivia
(i) C. Ashley Gore, Whiteville
(i) Scott Ussery, Elizabethtown
(i) Jason C. Disbrow, Southport
N.C. SENATE DISTRICT 8
(i) Bill Rabon
N.C. HOUSE DISTRICT 22
(i) William Brisson, Dublin