Chatham News + Record Staff Report


Filing closed on Friday for candidates for municipal elections that will take place in November. Here is a list of all the candidates who filed by the noon deadline. Subscribe to, read or follow the News+Record for full elections coverage in the coming weeks.


Mayor: Jim Nass (incumbent Cindy Perry did not file for re-election.)

Town Board (three open seats): John Bonitz (incumbent), Pam Cash-Roper, J.A. Farrell III (incumbent), Heather Johnson, Bridget Perry, Kyle Shipp, Lonnie West

Siler City

Mayor: Jackie Adams, John Grimes (incumbent), Albert Roger Reddick

Town Board (by district): Larry Cheek (District 2 – incumbent), Curtis Brown (District 3), Timothy (Cookie) Brown (District 3), Mike Constantino (District 3 – incumbent), Bill Haiges (District 4 – incumbent), Thomas (Chip) Price (at-large – incumbent)


Mayor: Tim Cunnup (incumbent)

Town Council (by ward): Steve Cunnup (Ward 2 – incumbent), Charles Fields III (Ward 4 – incumbent)

Goldston-Gulf Sanitary District (three seats): Ricky Beal (incumbent), Henry Kitchings (incumbent) and Danny Scott (incumbent) has partnered with the Chatham News + Record in order to bring more Chatham-focused stories to our audience. 

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