Damon Seils Running for Re-election
Damon Seils has announced that he intends to file for re-election to the Carrboro Board of Aldermen next week when the filing period opens.
Siels was elected to the board two years ago to fill a vacant seat after Dan Coleman moved to Australia.
In a release, Seils says that “renewed nationwide focus on policing, civil liberties, and racial equity has presented us with an imperative to engage with our neighbors in understanding and improving local law enforcement.”
Damon Seils spoke Monday with WCHL’s Aaron Keck.
Seils lists his priorities if he is re-elected as land use and transportation planning, economic development with a focus on aiding local businesses, and policy making that encourages broad participation.
Filing for office in Orange County begins at eight o’clock in the morning next Monday, July 6, and runs through noon on July 17.
Early voting runs from Thursday, October 22, through Saturday, October 31.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3.