Meet+the+2022+Midterm+Election+candidates

McNeil Johnston

Meet the 2022 Midterm Election candidates

November 7, 2022

Election Day is Nov. 8 and with 19 candidates on the local ballot, Watauga voters have many decisions to make. The Appalachian has curated responses to questions on certain policy positions of candidates in local office. 

The questions and responses below are curated from The Boone Chamber of Commerce’s  “Meet The Candidates” event held at the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country Oct. 6. 

Candidates for the House of Representatives, Watauga County Sheriff, North Carolina House, Watauga County Board of Education and the board of commissioners were questioned by a panel of moderators and given time for opening and closing statements. 

Meet the candidates:

U.S. House and Senate

North Carolina House of Representatives 

Board of commissioners and sheriff

Watauga County Board of Education

 

 

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