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Sanders rallies voters at WSSU

    Sanders rallies voters at WSSU

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders energized local voters and students in Winston-Salem last week when he made a campaign stop on the campus of Winston-Salem State University (WSSU).

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5 things you need to know about voting in N.C.s primary election

    5 things you need to know about voting in N.C.s primary election

Here are some tips to help you vote quickly and easily during the Early Voting period. The primary election will be held on March 3.

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Scippio touts ATL based establishment over locals vying for space in Union Station

    Scippio touts ATL based establishment over locals vying for space in Union Station

During a recent Finance Committee meeting, City Councilmember Annette Scippio let it be known that she prefers Murrell’s Cafe, a restaurant that operates out of Atlanta, over two local entities vying for vacant space in Union Station.

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City officials approve funding for DRIVE Program

    City officials approve funding for DRIVE Program

Earlier this week the Winston-Salem City Council approved a resolution allocating $275,000 in funding to support the expansion of the driver’s license restoration program, better known as the DRIVE (Driver Restoration Initiative and Vocational Expansion) Program.

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BPAL educates community ahead of primary election

  BPAL educates community ahead of primary election

BPAL educates community ahead of primary election

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Forsyth County becomes latest Second Amendment Sanctuary after 4-3 vote

  Forsyth County becomes latest Second Amendment Sanctuary after 4-3 vote

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recently voted 4-3 to approve a resolution supporting the protection of the Second Amendment, joining hundreds of other cities and counties across the country that have been declared “Second Amendment Sanctuaries.”

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Huntley, candidate for District 72, looks to make a difference at the state level

  Huntley, candidate for District 72, looks to make a difference at the state level

Next month Winston-Salem native and CEO of United Health Services, LaShun Huntley, will look to add state representative to his list of accomplishments when he faces off against local educator Dr. Amber Baker in the primary election to represent District 72 in the N.C. House of Representatives.

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Local candidates take center stage

  Local candidates take center stage

The first of five forums that will be held at various locations throughout the city was held earlier this week at the Central Library and was headlined by the incumbent mayor, Allen Joines, and challenger JoAnne Allen.

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Baker looks to uplift District 72

  Baker looks to uplift District 72

While blazing the campaign trail last week, Baker took some time to sit down with The Chronicle to discuss her reason for running and her plan of action if she wins.

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Looking to 2020 — Put your vote to WORK!

  Looking to 2020 — Put your vote to WORK!

Looking to 2020 — Put your vote to WORK!

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