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Filing Ends In Municipal Elections, Four Compete For Two Council Seats -Brevard NC


Unless there is a write-in challenge, Jimmy Harris will get another four years in November as Brevard mayor, while four candidates will face off for two seats on city council.

Filing ended at noon Friday for November’s municipals elections in Brevard and Rosman.

Harris was the only candidate to file for the mayoral race. Harris was first elected in 1999 and is the city’s long-serving mayor

Incumbent Councilman Mac Morrow, who has served for nearly 22 years, is joined by Ann Hollingsworth, Kim Provost and Lorraine Swank in competing for two seats.

The other incumbent, Councilman Rodney Locks, indicated months ago he would not run for another term.

In Rosman, the four-year terms of Aldermen J.C. Chapman, Roger Petit and Doyle Stubblefield are expiring.

Incumbents Petit and Stubblefield have been joined by James Gravley and Tricia Hendricks in the Rosman race.

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