The Mooresville Citizen will be updating this article as candidates continue to file. This article was last updated 4:45 p.m. on Feb. 22.

MOORESVILLE – Filing officially started for this year’s elections at noon Feb. 12 and runs until noon Feb. 28.

Candidates can file for  the U.S. House of Representatives District 10 seat as well as those for the Iredell County Clerk of Superior Court and Register of Deeds. Other seats up for grabs are for the Iredell Board of Commissioner and the Iredell-Statesville Board of Education.  

People can request ballots from their county’s board of elections begin March 19. Voter registration deadline is April 13, which is also the day for those who want to change party affiliation for the May 8 primary if needed.

General elections for 2018 are scheduled for Nov. 6. 

Here’s a look at who’s filed so far for local, county and state offices:

 

• Iredell County Sheriff: Darren E. Campbell, Republican

• Iredell-Statesville Board of Education District 5: Martin Page, Republican

• Iredell-Statesville Board of Education District 3: Sam Kennington, Republican

• Iredell-Statesville Board of Education District 1: Max Ralston James Jr., Democratic

• Iredell County Register of Deeds: Ron Wyatt, Republican

• Iredell County Clerk of Superior Court: Jim Mixon, Republican

• Iredell County Board of Commissioner: Marvin Norman, Republican

• Iredell County Board of Commissioner: James Mallory, Republican

• Iredell County Board of Commissioner: Scottie Brown, Republican

• Iredell County Board of Commissioner: Gene Houpe, Republican

• U.S. House of Representatives District 10: David Wilson Brown, Democrat

• U.S. House of Representatives District 10: Gina Collias, Democrat

• U.S. House of Representatives District 10: Patrick McHenry, Republican

• U.S. House of Representatives District 13: Ted Budd, Republican

• N.C. State Senate District 34: Lisaney Kong, Democrat

• N.C. State Senate District 34: Vickie Sawyer, Republican

• N.C. State Senate District 84: Rena W. Turner, Democrat

• N.C. State Senate District 95: John A. Fraley, Republican

The Mooresville Citizen will be updating this article as candidates continue to file. 

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